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Two wounded in deputy-involved shooting in Lancaster

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department detectives are investigating a deputy-involved shooting of two men in Lancaster.

The two men were taken to a hospital, and no deputies were hurt in the 12:45 p.m. incident in the 43000 block of 18th Street West.

No further details were immediately available.

-- Sam Quinones

 
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And why is this news? Remind me again please.

So who were the two men? were they legal residents or illegal aliens?

this is wrong! over what? immitation guns? pellot guns that resemble real guns? what a joke the sheriff department is!!!

because the cops shot someone fool!

this is news becouse thay did nonthing wrong, just living life on lifes terms

no, they were two people of the opposite sex. this is not over... the sheriff department will make what they can right.. mark my words.

So sad this is what the world is coming to... So many stories just like this one.... Maybe the LA Sherriffs should calm down a notch???? Or maybe this is thier plan of population control.. May God have mercy on you killlers!


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