Richfield Shooting FB Live: Brian Quinones Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Facebook Live, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Brian Johnson Quinones Biography

Brian Johnson Quinones was an aspiring hip hop artist who was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting in Richfield, Minnesota. He was originally from Ponce, Puerto Rico. Quinones was also an aspiring hip hop artist.

Brian Quinones Children, Family

He had at least one child. Not much is known about his family right now but we will get back to you with updates. Our prayers are with his family and friends.

Brian Quinones Facebook Live

Brian Quinones was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Richfield, Minnesota following a police chase he streamed on Facebook Live.

Quinone’s Facebook page lists him as living in Minneapolis and being originally from Puerto Rico. It also says he works at General Mills.

His Facebook page has been flooded with tributes from friends. The last post he made to Facebook, just prior to live-streaming, read: “So sorry.”

Brian Quinones Shooting

fled police from Edina to Richfield was shot and killed by police officers late Saturday night after a chase he live-streamed on Facebook.

The incident began when the suspect, identified as Brian Quinones, ran a red light near York Avenue in Edina, then refused to pull over as Edina Police attempted to make a traffic stop.

He continued to run stoplights into Richfield before stopping near 77th St. and Chicago Ave., where he exited his vehicle before being shot.

Quinones was streaming live on Facebook for approximately 12 minutes, appearing calm as he listened to music as police lights increasingly flashed in the background.

Just after 12 minutes into the video, he stopped and abruptly got out of the car, taking what appears to be a knife with him with his left hand.

Seconds later, police are seen running towards the vehicle and can be heard shouting, before opening fire.

Around a dozen, shots can be heard in the video. The Star Tribune, citing dispatch audio, said police had yelled: “drop the knife” before shooting.

Brian Johnson Quinones Death

In the hours leading up to his death, he shared his album, “T.I.M.E.: This Is My Everything,” to Soundcloud under the name Blessed The MC. He shared the album on Facebook, writing, “I Pray You Treasure It… My Hearts Inside It.”

He was a pretty good painter as can be seen in one of his photos.

Police Statements

A joint statement from Richfield and Edina police departments said no officers were injured, adding: “The Edina and Richfield Police Departments express our thoughts and prayers to all those involved in this tragic incident.”

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