Suspect in shooting that hurt 2 officers arrested after standoff

A New Castle man was shot and killed by police early Sunday morning after he shot an officer in the chest during a chase.

After responding to a family disturbance on the 2400 block of Foothill Boulevard around 3:20 a.m. Saturday, the officer confronted a man with "an unknown dark object in his hand".

The officer then returned fire, striking Burke. Once they are on the ground, the officer can be heard shouting, "let go of my gun!" though he appears to retain full control of the weapon during the entire encounter. The rounds also hit another officer who was trying to stop the man.

Huntington Beach Police Chief Robert Handy said the officer had been forced to defend himself and had the right to fatally shoot the man if he felt his life was in danger.

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At that time, Shumway and Pessino entered a home on Elm Street where police said they found a woman, a retired Department of Corrections officer, had been shot multiple times.

An officer ordered the man to drop the item but the man refused and continued to move toward the officers, Moore said. The man then allegedly reached toward his rear waistband and made a threatening statement to the officers, according to Moore. The wounded La Verne police officer was hospitalized in stable condition. The man's condition wasn't known.

Both the suspect and officer were taken to a local hospital, where the suspect died from his injuries. The investigation was ongoing.