7/20/2024 7:44:48 AM
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Male determined in attack on deputy that left Southern California lady dead

Male determined in attack on deputy that left Southern California lady dead

A 33-year-old male from San Diego County has actually been identified as a suspect in the attack of a Riverside County Deputy Sheriff that ended in the death of a female suspect.

The occurrence unfolded just after 1 a.m. in the 1000 block of West 6th Street in Corona, an RCSD press release stated.

Authorities state the deputy was in a foot pursuit of "numerous suspects" who removed running when he tried to contact them.

When the deputy rounded a corner, a male suspect, later recognized as Eric Nourani, apparently lunged at him and a fight ensued.

While the deputy was participated in a battle with the male suspect, a female began attacking the deputy, and a deputy-involved shooting occurred," the release kept in mind. "The female suspect was struck by shooting. The deputy continued to fight off the male suspect, who was trying to take his firearm, until good Samaritans arrived and assisted in detaining the male suspect."

Authorities state the woman, who has actually not been identified, was provided medical help until paramedics showed up and took her to a neighboring health center where she was later on pronounced dead.

Eric Nourani, 33, a resident of San Diego County. (RCSD).

Nourani and the deputy were likewise taken to the healthcare facility with moderate to small injuries.

A Sheriff's Department representative decreased to say "why the deputy wanted to speak to individuals or provide more details on how the good Samaritans helped," The Press-Enterprise reported.

The 33-year-old suspect was later scheduled at the Robert Presley Detention Center for murder, tried murder of a peace officer, chaos and resisting an officer with violence.

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Detectives with the California Department of Justice are leading the examination into the fatal deputy-involved shooting.

The deputy, who has yet to be named, has been placed on paid administrative leave per RCSD policy.

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Elwood Hill is an award-winning journalist with more than 18 years' of experience in the industry. Throughout his career, John has worked on a variety of different stories and assignments including national politics, local sports, and international business news. Elwood graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in journalism and immediately began working for Breaking Now News as lead journalist.

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