Two CA Police Officers Killed In Broad Daylight – Suspect Had Gotten Minimum Sentence In Plea Deal Last Year

Cpl. Michael Paredes and Officer Joseph Santana were murdered in broad daylight in Los Angeles County.

The officers protecting a family.

From Just The News:

Two California police officers were murdered in broad daylight on Tuesday while responding to a domestic dispute at a motel in Los Angeles County when the suspect, who was reportedly already on probation for a gun charge, ambushed them.

The El Monte Police Department announced that Cpl. Michael Paredes and Officer Joseph Santana were “killed in the line of duty, while faithfully carrying out their sworn duties.”

El Monte Mayor Jessica Ancona said the officers were “essentially ambushed while trying to keep a family safe.”

The suspect who killed the cops got the bare minimum sentence from the far-left DA George Gascon.

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