Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Colorado police kill armed homeowner after mistaking him for intruder, cops say

Colorado police kill armed homeowner after mistaking him for intruder, cops say

An Army veteran who fired on an intruder in his Colorado home was fatally shot by a police officer responding to the scene, authorities said.

The Aurora Police Department says several 911 calls came in around 1:30 a.m. Monday about an intruder breaking into a home. That man, identified as the resident of the home, later died from his injuries at the hospital.

Richard Black Jr. was shot by an Aurora police officer after he shot a home intruder. They encountered an armed man when they entered, and one of the officers fatally shot him.

The victim had been armed and had shot a home intruder who had injured his family.

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"Mr. Black goes and gets his sidearm and shoots the intruder and saves his grandson", Rathod said. "Mr".

Among those who called 911 was Jeanette Black, and she gave dispatchers a very specific description of her husband and what he was wearing, Mohamedbhai said. "Black walks out and is shot by police". Black earned a Purple Heart and Bronze Star.

According to state records, Black held a license as a certified public accountant in Colorado from 1999 to 2008.

Black was a member of the Citadel Class of 1966, according to Kim Keeler of the Citadel's media relations.

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The officer involved has been placed on administrative reassignment with pay, said the department, who is working jointly with the Denver Police Department on an investigation.

Officer Crystal McCoy, an Aurora police spokeswoman, said Chief Metz plans to address the officer's involvement in the June shooting at a press conference planned Thursday afternoon. "We are providing assistance through our victim advocates to help the family of the deceased resident through this very hard time", Metz said. We have also asked for an interview with the Chief of Aurora Police, but were told the department is not talking to media at this time.

The 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office released a statement about the incident.

While the family mourns the loss of their loved one, Denver Police and the DA's office are investigating.

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