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UPDATE: Decedent Identified in Police Involved Shooting: 3500 Block of 17th Street, NE, Justin Lionel Turner

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    Contact: Gwendolyn Crump (202) 727-4383 November 2, 2012 UPDATE: Decedent Identified in Police Involved Shooting: 3500 Block of 17th Street, NE (Washington,
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      Contact: Gwendolyn Crump (202) 727-4383

       

      November 2, 2012

       

      UPDATE: Decedent Identified in Police Involved Shooting: 3500 Block of 17th Street, NE

       

      (Washington, DC) -  The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a police involved shooting which occurred in the 3500 block of 17th Street, NE.

       

      Preliminary investigation reveals that at approximately 6:45 am on Friday, November 2, 2012, officers from the Fifth District responded to the 3500 block of 17th Street, NE for the report of a domestic assault in progress. While the first arriving officer was interviewing the complainant, the suspect armed with a knife attacked the officer from behind and stabbed him multiple times about the head and neck. The officer, who was actively being attacked, turned and fired his service weapon striking the suspect.

       

      DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services personnel responded to the scene and determined that the suspect had no signs consistent with life. The suspect was pronounced dead by a member of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. The decedent has been identified as 28-year-old Justin Lionel Turner.

       

      The officer was taken to a local hospital for his injuries and was later released. The Metropolitan Police Department’s Internal Affairs Division is conducting the investigation.

       

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