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Stockton police officer shoots, kills woman after chase in San Joaquin County

A Stockton police officer shot and killed a woman in a rural area west of Stockton on Tuesday afternoon after being chased, authorities said. The shooting took place around 2 p.m. in the area of ​​Roberts and Rolerson Streets, said the office of the sheriff of San Joaquin County. said a Stockton police patrol car was hit by a driver, who was later identified as a 54-year-old woman, in the area of ​​Charter Way and Interstate 5. The officer was not injured, but the driver fled after the collision. Another police officer found the suspect’s vehicle after passing a red light. The driver did not stop for the officer and led the police in a chase on Roberts Road, continuing into the Rolerson Road dead end. The sheriff’s office said an officer ordered the driver to get out of his vehicle, but the driver instead jumped backwards, ramming the patrol car. This collision caused the patrol car door to knock on the policeman, knocking him down. Officials said the officer then shot the suspect. The woman was taken to hospital where she later died, authorities said. Several services, including the sheriff’s office, the Stockton Police Department and the district attorney’s office, are conducting investigations. The police officer involved was not seriously injured, the sheriff’s office said. No other details were released.

A Stockton police officer shot and killed a woman in a rural area west of Stockton on Tuesday afternoon after being chased, authorities said.

The bomber struck shortly after 2 a.m. in the area of ​​Roberts and Rolerson Streets, the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said.

Officials said a Stockton police patrol car was hit by a driver, later identified as a 54-year-old woman, in Charter Way and Interstate 5. The officer was not injured, but the driver fled after the collision.

Another police officer found the suspect’s vehicle after passing through a red light. The driver did not stop for the officer and led the police in a chase on Roberts Road, continuing into the Rolerson Road dead end.

The sheriff’s office said an officer ordered the driver to get out of his vehicle, but the driver instead jumped backwards, ramming the patrol car. The collision caused the patrol car door to knock on the policeman, knocking him down.

Officials said the police officer then shot the suspect.

The woman was taken to hospital where she later died, authorities said.

Several services, including the sheriff’s office, the Stockton Police Department and the district attorney’s office are investigating.

The officer involved was not seriously injured, the sheriff’s office said.

No other details were given.

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