Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting, mayor says

A Dallas police officer died Wed, a day after he was photo responding to an incident at a House Depot, the city’s mayor stated.

Officer Rogelio Santander died in a hospital around 8 a. meters., Mayor Mike Rawlings announced in a city council meeting. Santander experienced worked for the city’ s northeast division for three years, police mentioned.

Santander was the second officer countrywide to die Wednesday; a Maine sheriff’s deputy was shot over night by a gunman who stole the particular officer’s car and then robbed the convenience store.

Officer Crystal Almeida seemed to be wounded in the shooting and continued to be in critical condition Wednesday, Rawlings said. Dallas Police Association Chief executive Michael Mata told FOX4 Information earlier that she was seriously injured, but “ fighting tough. ”

“ It’ s going to be considered a tough day, ” Mata informed FOX4 News.

Armando Juarez has been recognized as a person of interest in the shootings associated with two Dallas police officers.   (Dallas Police Department)

A civilian was also “ significantly injured” in the shooting, but in “ good condition” Mata said. The particular civilian was a loss-prevention officer who also worked at the hardware store, Based in dallas Police Chief Rene Hall stated.

The particular suspected gunman, 29-year-old Armando Juarez, was arrested after a five-hour manhunt that involved a high-speed pursue through downtown Dallas, FOX4 documented.

Based in dallas Police look for a suspect in the capturing of two police officers.   (Ron Baselice/The Dallas Early morning News via AP)

Juarez faces multiple counts of irritated assault on a police officer. He has been originally sought by police on the felony arrest warrant, authorities mentioned.

Both officers who arrived at the picture were responding to a call through an off-duty officer working on the Home Depot who called for support for an arrest, Hall said. Both officers were shot shortly after heading.

“We were just checking out people till we started hearing people such as ‘There’s a shooting. They’re capturing, ‘” witness Mercedes Goledo informed FOX4. “From there, they were simply telling us to get out of the developing. Get out the building. But then they discovered that he had went outside. inch

Within 2016, four Dallas police officers plus a transit officer were shot deceased by a sniper in an ambush assault carried out during a protest over the law enforcement killings of black men consist of cities.

Fox News’ Elizabeth Zwirz and the Associated Press contributed for this report.

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