Police in Kayole are holding two of their colleagues and a civilian for allegedly kidnapping a 60-year-old woman and locking her up for days.
The officers provided the man a ride to an address on Fourth Avenue to settle the dispute, Gregory said. Chalaza was pronounced dead after some well wishers rushed with him to the hospital.Postmortem results showed that death occurred due to excessive hemorrhage.
Three people were arrested on Sunday after police received an anonymous call reporting that a woman was being held against her will.
He has also been a suspect in other shootings, police said.
The officer told Grantham he was under arrest and said Grantham fell to the ground, and rolled onto his arms and began yelling that police were not going to arrest him. N. 32nd St. around 10 a.m. when he was seen by someone in another building through an open window swinging the knife, St. John said.
Police have not released a motive in the shooting. "They retreated, and keep in mind, this is a very narrow hallway, so if the two of them are side-by-side it would have blocked the whole hallway". Weaver fired as Solorio fired a stun gun.
Drozdowski said Cline has no prior disciplinary cases.
One is in custody, and no injuries were reported.
While Police Officers and UNET agents were still on scene, a white Toyota Camry matching the suspect vehicle from the April 5 incident drove by the residence, according to police.
Officer James Cline was off duty when he was arrested, according to a statement from Avon police.
The shooting occurred at 13 N 32nd St.at the Sandra Apartment building.
Avon police spokesman James Drozdowski that Cline was placed on paid administrative leave, pending the outcome of an internal affairs investigation.