Sheriff’s department releases video, dispatch audio from April 1 shooting in Aguanga

Body-worn camera footage from a deputy-involved shooting in Aguanga last month shows a driver reverse toward a deputy, then come to a stop before the deputy opens fire. Valley News/Riverside County Sheriff's Department courtesy photo
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday released a video containing body camera footage and audio of communications between deputies and dispatchers from a pursuit that ended with a deputy-involved shooting in Aguanga last month. The video also includes an explanation of the April 1 incident from Sheriff Chad Bianco, as well as a map and other visual aids. Rico Robles, 28, of Aguanga, was killed in the shooting, though his body was not found until two days after the incident occurred. The sheriff’s department says Robles fled from deputies after they spotted him around 6:15 a.m.  in Temecula pulling a trailer that had been reported stolen.  In the video, radio traffic indicates the vehicle Robles was driving, a Dodge Ram pickup truck, was first spotted by a
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