Four Arrested in Off-duty LAPD Officer Fatal Shooting

Yesterday, we reported on the horrifying shooting and death of LAPD Officer Fernando Arroyos.

At the time, the police had no suspects and believed the officer was shot during an attempted robbery.

Thankfully, police have announced that four suspects have been arrested since the initial report.

Got Them…

Arroyos was out house hunting with his girlfriend when he was shot and killed.

According to the reports, they were in the back alley of a property taking pictures when a truck pulled up and several individuals got out.

Arroyos told his girlfriend to run, then shots were fired, with Arroyos being wounded several times and eventually succumbing to his wounds.

After the shooting was announced, the LAPD Protective League stated, “This is an unfathomable loss for Fernando’s family, friends, coworkers and Academy classmates.

“Now is the time to pray for Fernando’s family and his girlfriend and to keep the officers who worked daily alongside Fernando in our thoughts.”

The only solace the family now has is possible closure in the matter.

The LA County Sheriff’s investigators announced that four individuals had been arrested in relation to the shooting off the off-duty office.

However, the police did not release any names or charges they will be facing at this time.

Arroyos was only 27 years old and a three-year veteran of the force.

He is survived by his girlfriend, mother, and stepfather.

We will continue to monitor the story and update as needed.

Source: New York Post

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10 Responses

  1. i would realy want to hear if justice will be served shooting a police officer should be a death penaty case ,and not for one , all of them should have to pay the price

  2. I totally agree with you. But I will go farther. “if,” and I say if, there is direct documented evidence that is undisputable that they killed this officer, I don’t even believe that they should have a right to due process of law. I know that our Constitution gives every Citizen the right to Due Process of Law. But I also believe that there are cases that are so egregous that the criminal forfeits that right. Just saying.

    1. Agreed and well said. There are some exceptions that require expediency. Let’s get these (fill in the blank) on the fast track to justice.

  3. Good. Now if the State of California will do their job and execute them. I am not going to hold my breath though, I might turn blue. Too bad they did not resist.

  4. This was California. They did nothing wrong. Just ask Camel Harris and Newsom. Criminals are always in the right and police are always wrong even when they do not do any thing.

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