Terron Boone Wiki – Terron Boone Biography
Terron Boone’s real family name was Terron Jammal Boone who killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies in Kern County. Fuller’s family attorney confirmed early Thursday morning
The half-brother of Robert Fuller, the 24-year-old black man found last week hanging from a tree in the city of Palmdale, California, was killed in a deputy-involved shooting Wednesday.
“This afternoon I had to notify the sisters of Robert Fuller that their brother Terron Jammal Boone was killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies in Kern County,”.
The half-brother of Robert Fuller, the 24-year-old black man who was found hanging in the city of Palmdale last week, was killed in a deputy-involved shooting on Wednesday, Fuller’s family attorney Jamon Hicks confirmed https://t.co/TRvsdknCm2
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) June 18, 2020
“At this time, until we receive all of the information, the family and their legal team does not have any further comment on this incident. The family respectfully asks that their privacy be respected. Our prayers remain with the Fuller family.”
Terron Boone Died in Shooting
The shooting happened around 4:30 p.m. in Rosamond during a kidnapping and assault investigation, according to a statement from LASD. Detectives said they were looking for a suspect — later identified as Boone — believed to be involved in kidnapping, spousal assault and assault with a deadly weapon, according to CBSN Los Angeles.
The statement says detectives spotted a man they believed to be the suspect and followed him before attempting a traffic stop. A woman and a 7-year-old child were also inside the vehicle, which CBSN Los Angeles reported was a Jeep.
Police said the suspect opened the front passenger door and began “firing multiple rounds at them with a handgun.” They returned fire and “the suspect was struck several times in the upper torso. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.”
— William Gregory (@Wiliam_Gregory) June 18, 2020
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau is continuing their investigation into the circumstances surrounding a deputy-involved shooting. The incident occurred on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at approximately 1633 hrs at the 3400 block of 15th Street East in the City of Rosamond.
Homicide Investigators have learned that Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Major Crimes Bureau were searching for a kidnap domestic assault suspect. The investigation lead the Major Crime’s detectives to the 3400 block of 15th Street in the City of Rosamond. The Detectives observed and positively identified a male matching the suspect’s description in a vehicle. Detectives followed the vehicle and attempted a traffic stop. The suspect opened the front passenger door of the vehicle and engaged the Deputies by firing multiple rounds at them with a handgun. At that time, an Officer involved shooting occurred during which the suspect was struck several times in the upper torso.
The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.
The female driver was also struck by gunfire and transported to a local hospital where she was treated and released.
A seven year old girl was also in the vehicle and was uninjured.
A handgun was recovered at the scene.
No deputies were injured.
The identity of the suspect is currently awaiting positive identification from the Coroner as well as notification to the next of kin.
The investigation is ongoing and there is no additional information available at this time.
Whenever a deputy-involved shooting occurs involving Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies, and a person is struck by gunfire, multiple independent investigations immediately begin at the scene. These include separate investigations by the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau and Internal Affairs Bureau. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department immediately notifies the Office of the Inspector General who sends a representative to the incident scene and provides independent oversight throughout the investigative process. Once concluded, a preliminary review is conducted by the Critical Incident Review Panel to determine whether any immediate actions are warranted. Every aspect of the shooting is reviewed by the Sheriff’s Executive Force Review Committee. Input from Constitutional Policing Advisors is provided during the process. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Justice System Integrity Division, conducts a legal analysis to determine whether any criminal charges will be filed and if the shooting was legally justified.
Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500. If you wish to remain anonymous, call “LA Crime Stoppers” by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477)