Los Angeles, CA – Two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies were shot in their heads in an apparent ambush attack Saturday night.
Fox11 reporter Bill Melugin reports that the two deputies were sitting in a vehicle when they were both ambushed and shot in the head at the Compton PAX station.
The suspect is still at large, according to ABC7 reporter Leanne Suter.
No suspect information has been released at this time.
Both deputies were transported to the hospital.
The conditions of the deputies has not been released.
UPDATE: LASD sources tell me both deputies were in their vehicle when they were both shot in the head and that this was a “straight ambush”. LASD working on suspect info. @FOXLA
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) September 13, 2020
Two Deputy sheriffs have been ambushed and shot in the Compton area.
Please keep them and their families in your prayers.
This should upset you all that our protectors were ambushed.
You try being a cop! It is not a easy job!
— Burton Brink for State Assembly (@LASDBrink) September 13, 2020
TWO #lasd shot by suspect.
Both reportedly shot in the head.
Both have been rushed into surgery.
Manhunt in underway for suspect who apparently ambushed the two deputies.#deputiesshot https://t.co/pAnKa52h93
— Leanne Suter (@abc7leanne) September 13, 2020
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