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Police Shoot Man While Trying to Serve Warrant in Lewd Conduct Case

A man under investigation by Irvine police for lewd conduct with a child was shot in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Tuesday.

“Detectives were here preparing to serve a search warrant when they contacted the suspect in the parking lot,” Irvine Police Department Lt. Julia Engen said. An officer-involved shooting occurred a short time later, according to Engen. “The subject they were here to interview for their investigation was shot,” Engen said. Full Article

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  1. td777

    I can’t see anything on this saying the suspect had a weapon…

  2. Rocky Graciano

    Why do the police departments need money for equipment & training in non-lethal weapons & tactics?

    • td777

      Good question, you very rarely see any reports of them using “non-lethal” weapons.

  3. Anonymous Nobody

    Please stop referring to this charge as “lewd conduct.” It is NOT called that. The offense that is called “lewd conduct” is a mere misdemeanor and considered so minor that SOR is not even required for it any more. It is simply a disorderly conduct charge. This offense unfortunately has a similar name, is called “lewd conduct with a child under 14.” It is a completely different statute. It is what is normally used for a child molestation prosecution. You must never shorten it to call it mere lewd conduct, and you should jump on any news organization or police or prosecutor who does — as it only confuses the public into villifying those mixed up with the minor offense of “lewd conduct.” And then when someone is arrested on a mere minor misdemeanor of “lewd conduct,” the public thinks child molestation is running wild.

    Your error here is more egregious since the story itself never shortened it to mere “lewd conduct.” It called it “lewd conduct with a child.” So, the error here is not the story you link to but CARSOL’s mistake.

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