Chicago to Evanston shooting rampage leaves at least 3 dead, 4 wounded before suspected gunman killed in shootout with police, officials say
“By the time we put it all together, he’s here in Evanston. All we know at this point is that there’s a Red Toyota with license plate numbers, but again, we don’t have a crystal ball, we don’t know where that red Toyota is anywhere in the city,’' Brown said. “We have no idea that he’s coming to Evanston and nor do we have any motives for any of this at this point.”chicagotribune.com
Several officers wounded in shootout with suspect in ambush on California deputy
Authorities say a California sheriffs deputy was shot in the head in an "ambush" attack by a gunman intent on harming or killing police, The shooter opened fire on a police station. (San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office via AP)LOS ANGELES Several police officers were wounded Thursday in separate shootouts with a man suspected of ambushing and seriously injuring a deputy a day earlier, authorities said. Later, after a second exchange of gunfire, the Paso Robles Police Department tweeted Suspect down. A San Luis Obispo Sheriffs Department spokesman said Lira was in custody. Although authorities have described the attack on the Paso Robles police station as an ambush, his father thinks it might have been a suicide attempt.
UPS truck driver killed in shootout identified
MIRAMAR, Fla. – Friends and family have identified the UPS truck driver who was killed in a shootout between police and the suspects who held him hostage, reports KPRC 2 partner WPLG. Friends identified the 27-year-old victim in Thursday afternoon’s shootout as Frank Ordonez. The FBI said four people, including the UPS driver, were killed after robbers stole the driver's truck and led police on a chase that ended in gunfire in Miramar. It was not immediately clear who fired the shots that killed the UPS driver or the bystander. “We are deeply saddened that UPS service provider Frank Ordonez passed away from a senseless act of violence on Dec. 5, 2019,” UPS said in a statement.