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Man fatally shot by deputy in Moreno Valley had weapon


Saturday, December 29th, 2012
Issue 52, Volume 16.


MORENO VALLEY - An Ontario man who had a gun on him as he was handcuffed was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy in Moreno Valley, a spokesman said today, Dec. 29.

The suspect, later identified as Lamon Khiry Haslip, 18, died Friday night as deputies answered a gang-related call in the 25000 block of Fir Avenue.

Deputies responded to a call at 8:38 p.m. of several men causing a disturbance in front of a home, Riverside County sheriff's Cpl. Angel Ramos said. Callers reported that one of the suspects brandished a gun.

The suspects fled in a vehicle before a deputy rolled up, but they returned minutes later as the deputy was questioning the reporting party, Ramos said.

The deputy immediately tried stopping the vehicle, prompting one of the occupants to try running away, Ramos said.

The deputy caught a man, later identified as Haslip, and placed him on the ground where he was handcuffed. Another sheriff's deputy who showed up saw the suspect :roll onto his side," Ramos said.

At that moment, the deputy who cuffed the suspect backed off, announced that the suspect had a gun, and opened fire, the corporal said.

Sheriff's officials said a search revealed that Haslip was armed with loaded handgun "on his person."

But Ramos declined to explain if Haslip was cuffed from behind, or reveal any other details about the deputy-involved shooting, as an investigation is ongoing.

Ramos also declined to specify how many times Haslip was shot. It was not clear if Haslip held a gun in his hand at the time he was being cuffed.

The deputy involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. Moreno Valley contracts its policing to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.

(previous story)

Man shot by deputy in Moreno Valley dies; investigation continues into case

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man who was shot by a sheriff's deputy in Moreno Valley has died, authorities said today.

The shooting occurred just before 8:40 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28 when deputies responded to a man-with-a-gun call in the 25000 block of Fir Avenue, said Cpl. Angel Ramos, public information officer of the Riverside County Sheriff's

Department, which provides contracted police services in Moreno Valley.

The suspect who was shot has died, CBS2 reported. The man's name was withheld pending notification of next of kin.

"The reporting party advised of several males in front of her residence creating a disturbance with one of the male subjects having brandished a firearm," Ramos said.

"The first officer on scene arrived within minutes of the call. The officer subsequently made contact with a male subject and an officer-involved shooting occurred."

However, the Riverside sheriff's department has not released any information about what led to the fatal shooting or the name of the deputy involved.

The deputy was not injured, Riverside County sheriff's Deputy Steven Favero told the Riverside Press-Enterprise.

(previous story)

Investigation underway into deputy-involved shooting

MORENO VALLEY (CNS) - An investigation is underway into a deputy-involved shooting of a male suspect in Moreno Valley.

The shooting occurred just before 8:40 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28 when deputies responded to a man-with-a-gun call in the 25000 block of Fir Avenue, said Cpl. Angel Ramos, public information officer of the Riverside County Sheriff's

Department, which provides contracted police services in Moreno Valley.

"The reporting party advised of several males in front of her residence creating a disturbance with one of the male subjects having brandished a firearm," Ramos said.

"The first officer on scene arrived within minutes of the call. The officer subsequently made contact with a male subject and an officer-involved shooting occurred.

The condition of the suspect was not disclosed. The deputy was not injured, Riverside County sheriff's Deputy Steven Favero told the Riverside Press-Enterprise.


 

45 comments

Comment Profile Imagebb
Comment #1 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 12:58 pm
this is some real BS - of course the cops aren't going to say the truth and get away with it...LAME!
Comment Profile ImageJUSTICE!!!
Comment #2 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 1:32 pm
he was in hand cuffs and tried to flee. The police officer shot suspect in back of the head. WE WANT JUSTICE!!!! YOU COULDNT SEND THE DOGS OUT ON A 19 YEAR OLD YOUNG MAN?!?
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Comment Profile ImageJUSTICE!!!
Comment #3 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 1:33 pm
DADDYO WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN WE WANT JUSTICE!
Comment Profile ImageBm
Comment #4 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 1:36 pm
Hey bb, why don't you go on a ride along in that city on a Friday night and see what they have to deal with. If you are too scared, then keep your comments to yourself.
Comment Profile Imagedale
Comment #5 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 1:54 pm
From the story i head the victim was shot while in handcuffs can you guys confirm?
Comment Profile Imagejoeblow
Comment #6 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 4:22 pm
job well done one less preek to society....
Comment Profile Imagemike
Comment #7 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 5:55 pm
omg this happened right down the street around the corner
from me smh.
Comment Profile ImageShooting
Comment #8 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 6:09 pm
And I'm sure he was a fine young church going man who was not part of any gangs. Yeah right!
Comment Profile ImageReally
Comment #9 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 7:16 pm
Hhhmmm. 18 year old with a loaded gun, cops called out because some fool said he has a gun... I wonder? What was that young man up to? I mean, everyone carries a loaded in now days, right?
Comment Profile Imageonce shot
Comment #10 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 7:28 pm
Did anyone test the cop for sugar and caffine levels? How about steroids and sociopathic tendencies. Lie detector anyone? Dash camera? How about let's stall till they forget.
Comment Profile ImageJUSTICE
Comment #11 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 7:32 pm
THIS SAME STORY HAPPEN IN SAN,BERNARDINO WIT ANOTHER GUY..
NOW THIS MAN...POLICE IS GETTING AWAY WIT WAY TO MUCH
Comment Profile ImageDj
Comment #12 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 10:34 pm
You guys are so messed up he was a human being regardless I heard the shot never heard freeze they out right killed judge not yeah u know the rest
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Comment Profile ImageDk
Comment #13 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 10:37 pm
Where the gun where the video it should have been on video the way the car was
Comment Profile ImageReality
Comment #14 | Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 at 11:41 pm
Wish all of you out there can be in officers' shoes And see if you wouldn't shoot someone who has a gun. Reality is that officers want to go home at the end of their shift. Is either the officer who goes home safe or the criminal who gets off
Comment Profile ImageSonya
Comment #15 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 12:05 am
Regardless to what he was involved in he was detained...there was no reason for them to shoot him down. There was no justification for what they did. And yes I know him personally. No he wasn't a church going man...but he had made changes in his life. Funny when they caught those bank robbers they knew they were armed and dangerous...yet there still living. Or what about the pond shop robbery. I believe this is a personal issue. Being they hadn't seen him in a while...they took him out. thats crazy bcuz years ago they killed his dad's friend...now his son...sounds strange to me. God bless everyone
Comment Profile Imageconfusing?
Comment #16 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 1:20 am
How can anybody be confused. The guy had a loaded hand gun and ran from the cops. I understand that he was someone's son, friend, maybe brother. Yet he ran from the cops cuz he was doing wrong. Penalty should not be death. You are all acting like he laid down compliantly and followed orders. The cops have families and are protecting citizens with actual respect for others. He got shot and died. If my kids died the same way I would be upset, but at myself for not raising them better. not at the cops. Way too often we blame the cops and consider them convicts when obvious offenders are portrayed as innocent victims.Not happy he died, but don't see how so many get confused by who is always wrong.
Comment Profile ImageMe
Comment #17 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 3:22 am
Cops in Moreno Valley are gun happy and make excuses to kill people. They could have shot his leg but they intentionally killed him . Moreno Valley cops have been on a killing spree this month killing anyone that looks armed , runs , or looks at them the wrong way. These cops need to really stop the killing , cops are legal murders who get away with taking lives. They don't realize it's a human life and they will answer to god. How would the cops like someone doing that to their family or loved ones or children , so why do it to another human ? I understand the guy had a gun but he was handcuffed and not trying to shoot , he was helpless and they killed him instead of disarming him . This makes no sense. The cops also killed my cousin for no reason they shot him while he was trying to hide behind his mom and instead of arresting him they killed him so I don't respect these gun ho cops
Comment Profile ImageBigDogDaddy
Comment #18 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 6:04 am
WOW.... Seriously?
A person armed with a gun, handcuffed or not is still a danger to the public and Law Enforcement. More info needs to be given in order to determine what "should" have been done... The officer only needs to articulate that he was in fear for the public, another officer or himself to justify the use of deadly force... If you were not there DON'T assume...

if it was a good shooting, then good job... ELIMINATE the threat!!
if it was not a good shoot, take your lumps like a man and dont blame anyone else.

u pin on a badge and strap on a gun and see if you make it home to your family at the end of the night...
Comment Profile ImageRambo
Comment #19 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 6:55 am
Great job, hope they keep up the good work.
Comment Profile ImageReally
Comment #20 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 7:21 am
Have we really come to this? Blame the officer? The 18 yr old had a loaded gun. Blame his family, blame him, stop blaming the police. That's weak. Be responsible for your own actions. If this guy ran into a pawn shop and shot your famy member working there you all would be blaming the police for not doing enough. The day is coming when you get robbed at gun point by your neighbor's kid and the police don't respond because they get sued and crucified regularly. Good luck. I reassure you I won't be calling the police about a kid in front of my house with a gun, I'll be calling for a clean up crew. Be responsible for your own, they will grow up responsible and with good morals. They will know carrying a loaded gun at 18 doesn't make you tough nor does it solve your problems with other ignorant people. It only makes you a target by the weak and the ignorant. And remember the weak call on the police to help them, and the ignorant carry guns because they were not taught any better.
Comment Profile ImagePreston
Comment #21 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 8:01 am
Justice!!!, and the rest of you that would like justice -- Tax paying law abiding citizens are sick and tired of gang members and the crime they commit. Police officers are civil servants that put their life on the line every day to protect and serve their community. They have one of the most difficult jobs on the planet and dealing with gang bangers and thugs on a daily basis constantly puts their life in danger. You say you want Justice, well we do to, and although always unfortunate when life is lost, I thank the sheriff's department and other law enforcement agencies for their commitment to protect and service.
Comment Profile ImageWhatever
Comment #22 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 9:32 am
Come on people!!!! Be real and true to yourselves. The Young Man was handcuffed with a gun ok..... But remember he was shot in the head!! What happened to the officers shooting a person in the arms or the legs. I though that's why we go to the academy to be trained right. So I feel that Moreno Valley needs to handle their calls a little more differently the they have been lately. Its very dissappointing to not only me but to society.
Comment Profile Image43
Comment #23 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 2:56 pm
What do you mean more info...what all can you do. Your handcuffed with your hands behind your back and face in the nude. If you. Don't stop it. If he was in trouble he's already cuffed...why not put him in the back of the police car. The normal routine. Oh and I know they search you beforehand. If he wrestled him down and cuffed him he would have felt the supposedly gun. Riverside county has always been crafty. And it's not just Riverside county its happening all over the world.
Comment Profile ImageGods Child
Comment #24 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 3:13 pm
We are all going to one day go in front of the real judge, Christ Jesus. You think you have gotten away with something, Murder, but He sees all and if you don't repent you will burn in the lake of fire forever. RIP
Comment Profile ImageStoneColdTruth
Comment #25 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 6:10 pm
If you don't believe you can actually roll to your side while cuffed, grab a gun on your hip, and then shoot an officer then you are an idiot. If he went for a gun he should have been shot DEAD!!! Just another 18 year old gang member that would have killed an innocent bystander (possible a child) someday doing a drive-by. Good riddance. Bravo to the officer!!!
Comment Profile Imageinformed
Comment #26 | Sunday, Dec 30, 2012 at 9:40 pm
Why does it seem to be that someone is always to blame for anothers actions or misdeeds. where are the MEN to teach these young boys how to be men. I have read many times about the person turning his life around. Really? Belonging to a gang, carrying a loaded gun. That sounds like a lost young man. What about shooting in the leg or arm? Reaction time to a threat is 1.5 seconds. Only on TV or a video game this happens. Police Officers are trained to stop the preent threat. It has become very common to blame the Police for the failings of society. You know what is missing? God, parents, teachers and neighbors who will hold these young men responsible for thiere actions. I have raised a fine young man with the help of family, friends, church and teachers. Start now its never too late.
Comment Profile Imagenot minidin my bix
Comment #27 | Monday, Dec 31, 2012 at 5:46 am
Well how about this. Whose reporting the statements from the witnesses on the block? Let them tell you what happened. Actually the young many who is dead got out of his car and laid on the ground (NO WEAPON)! The officers cuffed him. Ummm I don't know about you but from my knowledge the police pat you down immediately. So lets see the boy got out the car and laid on the ground where he was cuffed (hands behind back) and still had the ability to go after a gun on his person? Well if he did he's one bad mutha f...... But according to witnesses He didn't a gun, he didn't resist, he didn't run but what did happened is this young man was shot in the back of the head handcuffed............. Murdered!
Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #28 | Monday, Dec 31, 2012 at 12:53 pm
This so sad, but I know God will have the last say so, I wasn't there, but from the many different reports I've read concerning this case, I think the officer was wrong, I think he was being lowdown and wanted to take another one of our young black men out. To all of you with these harsh statements giving congrats to the officer for killing this young man, I pray God have mercy on you and your family and no one ever those this to any of your family, how would you feel if it was your child, you would be just like this man family very upset. I think we need to consider this man family and be careful what we say. I don't think the officers were in any danger, not one time have anyone said the young man had a gun aimed at anyone, if he didn't have a gun aimed and he was in cuffs, I'm sure these so called cops could have got to the gun that they claimed the young man had, I also read that after he was shot, the officer searched him and found a loaded gun, well if they had to search him for the gun that means it wasn't in his hand, because if the gun was in his hand they wouldn't had to search him to find the gun, How was these officers or anyone else in danger, to where they had to shoot this young black man in the head. I'm praying for Lamont Haslip family !!!
Comment Profile ImageHaslip
Comment #29 | Monday, Dec 31, 2012 at 10:22 pm
This was so wrong father in heaven help us in your name and forgive thoses ppl that are saying bad things about lamont. Rip go be with god.((T.Timms)
Comment Profile ImageJames
Comment #30 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 2:28 am
Its hilarious, yet pathetic to read some of the stupid, uninformed responses by obvious idiots on here.

OK, Police got a call about possible gang activity and a person brandished a gun. The suspect vehicle drives back by the residence while the Police are there the complainant tells the Police that the car that just passed was involved in the incident.

Police pursue the vehicle and suspect jumps from the car and flees on foot. Police catch suspect and handcuff same. Police did not do a thorough search of the suspect. Suspect is sitting on the ground and rolls on his side.

Police see suspect holding a gun. Police go BANG! BANG! BANG!

No more bad guy.

Any questions?
Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #31 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 9:26 am
Amen to what you said Haslip , I pray with you that God will forgive them, and I'm praying for Lamont Has lip family, the family are friends of mine and my heart goes out to them, God will have the last say so, because He's in control of everything. Never did Lamont point a gun at him and like I said in my other statement, if he did have a gun and it wasn't in his hand, I'm sure that with him being in cuffs the officers could have got to the gun before Lamont could have, but this cop did what he wanted too, and that's kill another one of our black men, he will have to answer to God for what he did, I pray that God give Lamont family the victory in this case. I think the governor of the state needs to be contacted about this and the president of the united states they need to know what's going on, because alot of stuff gets pushed under the rug, I don't know anything about your governor there, but I do know we have a great president who is very concerned about the people of the united states, I'm not saying the governor of the state isn't concerned about the people of his state, I just don't no him, but hope and trust that he is concerned,but the family needs to try to contact them their self, because if they don't do it them self it might not get done. I'm praying for the Haslip family !!!
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Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #32 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 12:24 pm
@ James just maybe you know something that we don't know, not one time have it's been said that he was holding a gun, they said they searched him and found a gun on him, if he was holding the gun why would they have to search him for it ? So it sounds like your the idiot, or your mother allowed you to quite school in the 3rd grade and you just don't know any better. You have no heart just like that officer that killed this man, what if it was your son, brother or loved one how would you feel. Stop being so rude, I'm praying for you because you really need it. God Bless You !!!
Comment Profile ImageDipdawg417
Comment #33 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 7:22 pm
These officer did a public service. He was a jerk with a gun. When you live by the sword you die by the sword.
Just because some of you Watch TV and think you know what the police are supposed to do you dont have a clue.
Go out and do ride alongs and find out what is going on out there and get a dose of reality.
Comment Profile ImageStoneColdTruth
Comment #34 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 8:20 pm
@ Bernice, if that Officer was your son, and he felt his life was in danger, and made the decision to use deadly force so he could go home to his children (your grandchildren), then you would be singing an entirely different tune now wouldn't you??? Obviously the Officer did not just shoot a handcuffed person, the gang dirt went for a gun!!! Are you that ignorant??? And please stop with the race card BS, no one cares about that crud anymore.

God protects Police Officers, not dirty, filthy, evil gang members, remember that.

Go pray on that Bernice!!!!
Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #35 | Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013 at 9:21 pm
@ So called stonecoldtruth, you must be the one ignorant, because you don't no much about God, God gives us all a chance and He will protect us all, even the people you feel are dirty and filthy, even the evil like yourself, let me teach you something your momma should have taught you, see God loves us all no matter how dirty we are, and don't ever say Bernice as you know me has never taught you anything. Now as far as him going for a gun, that's the first time that was said, the officer said from the news report that he saw a gun, he never said he went for a gun, he also said after the officer shot the man they searched him and found a gun, and if it was true and if the officer was one of my loved ones I would feel the same way if the man was in cuffs with his hands behind his back and going for a gun, I would think my loved one should have just shot him in his hand or somewhere he didn't have to kill him . And I will not stop with this race card and you sound like a white Peron yourself, so you need to get this in your head because your white you don't tell me what to do, we're not in those days anymore and thanks to God for working through a black man, Dr. King that is. So I'm going to keep on with the race card, here's a question for you dummy what if that was your white son or dad and a black police shot and killed him while he was handcuffed behind his back, what would you do? Now this is what I will pray on is you, your in God's hands .
Comment Profile ImageDumb Cops Trigger Happy
Comment #36 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 2:46 am
For all those talking crap comes to find out that he was not armed at all so ya they got trigger happy. The only real gang members in Moreno Valley just so happends to be THE POLICE
Comment Profile ImageStoneColdTruth
Comment #37 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 7:22 am
@Bernice, first of all I am a Hispanic female FYI. And to answer your last question, my son or father would not be ignorant enough to be carrying a concealed weapon much less be in a gang. Stay out if trouble, and you stay alive, plain and simple. Common sense is great isn't it Bernice????
Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #38 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 12:18 pm
@Stoneclodtruth whatever your race is, don't be so dumb and say what your dad or son wouldn't do, you me and everybody else would hope that our loved ones would have sense enough not to carry a concealed weapon, but sometimes the things people thought they would never do. And after all that's going on in the world today you should know that you don't have to be into trouble to get killed, everybody that got killed wasn't into trouble, so don't tell me about staying out of trouble and you stay alive, now that is not the stonecoldtruth. But any way you have a blessed day, I don't know you so I refuse to go back and forward with you and know this I'm not angry , I'm just speaking my thoughts. God is in control of the whole case. Be Blessed !!!
Comment Profile Imagegood
Comment #39 | Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013 at 8:43 pm
Word up to the officer. Good job for taking him out. Your family is very greatful. Who cares about that gang member. Not you.
Comment Profile ImageRight
Comment #40 | Thursday, Jan 3, 2013 at 7:05 am
Great job RSO!
You identified a threat, dealt with it and got to go home that night.
Keep up the great work of protecting society from the likes of gang members and other problem people!
Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #41 | Friday, Jan 4, 2013 at 9:42 am
@good my prayers go out to you , what a selfish thing to say, you should consider this mans family, to make a statement about good job taking him out, how rude, now what if that was your mother, father, sister or brother would you feel that way, and here's your answer to who cares about that gang member if he was in a gang, well God cares about him, just like God cares about you in your imperfect ways, me, you and no one else is perfect in this world but yet God still loves us, so be very careful how you treat people or what you say to them, because the bible says you reap what you sow. Father God in the name Of Jesus You see and know all things You were right there when this man was killed, Father I ask you to let the whole truth come out, me and everybody else that are talking wasn't there, but You Lord Your eyes are in every place beholding the evil and the good, God and all of these people that's being so harsh don't let them have any peace until they humble themselves, God I ask You to let it stay on their mind every time they toss and turn in their sleep the rude things they say to people, God I ask that you give Lamont's family strength as they lay their love one to rest, Lord You alone sees all and knows all and Your the one that's in control, regardless to how much power men think they have, You know how to humble your people. Father these and other blessings I ask in Your Son Jesus Name. Amen !
Comment Profile Imagefrank
Comment #42 | Saturday, Jan 5, 2013 at 11:09 am
I lived in moreno valley since i was 7 im 24 now and i been pulled over countless times. Talked crap to becuse im brown skin and my mother happends to live in 1100 apartment homes who sad to say are in a bad area. I seen cops in that area misstreat the ppl and teens in that area for no reason but becuse the color of there skin and the area there in. Im a family man with no gang ties who works and lives in moreno valley. And thats what i seen. So i can only imagne what this young man went throw. Yes i agree family is to blame not the police. But i do fill that morrno valley has alot of bad police officers and that night obe of them took this young mans life becuse a styeotype and the color of his skin.
Comment Profile ImageBernice
Comment #43 | Saturday, Jan 5, 2013 at 9:25 pm
@ Frank I have to disagree with you when it comes to saying family is to blame, this young man was grown, I don't know if you are a parent, but I am, and because you see a person do bad things doesn't mean that their family didn't teach them better or to do what's right, sometimes our children stray away from what they were thought or how they were raised, have you ever done anything wrong, but your parents taught you to do that thing the right way ? If you have, because you did wrong or bad things, don't mean your parents didn't raise you right or teach you right. So you really can't blame the family.
Comment Profile ImageSWSantaAnaCa
Comment #44 | Tuesday, Jan 8, 2013 at 1:23 pm
I know his people from Santa Ana and they were gang members also. Bandel Street Piru Bloods. I hate see anybody go down like this but when you choose a certain life style you should no what the end is going to be. Sad Situation but Live by the Sword you will Die by the Sword. That is Bible.
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Comment #45 | Tuesday, Jan 8, 2013 at 4:56 pm
The police be doin the most when it comes to guns. You dnt have to shoot no1 n the head to make them coroprate just shoot them but since they are police they feel they have the right to kill. thou shall not kill .....no matter wat

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