Dramatic dashcam video of a police pursuit and shooting last week in Las Vegas shows an officer firing his gun through the patrol auto windshield and side window.
The dramatic video shows Officer William Umana attempting to stop the suspects in a black SUV, who were wanted for killing an individual at a auto wash just two hours earlier.
Police said the suspects fired 34 rounds at the officers and Umana fired 31 shots at the men in the SUV.
The fleeing suspects even head into oncoming traffic and fired shots at the cop in bold attempts to make their getaway.
The officer pursued the vehicle at a high rate of speed for about five minutes. However, Gleason - who has been a trainer in law enforcement for 25 years - said this situation posed a real threat to officers. He was taken to a local hospital.
The driver, however, tried to reverse away from the wall at which point he was fatally shot by the pursuing officer, who had exited his patrol vehicle.
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LVMPD have now released body camera footage from the chase, which is nothing short of terrifying. Umana shouts "Shots fired again!" in to his radio.
Both suspects fled from SUV after the crash, but Nunez was later apprehended with a gunshot wound.
"The suspects were identified as 23-year- old Fidel Miranda and 30-year-old Rene Nunez", Kelly said. "In my opinion they showed bravery and heroics we come to expect from our officers". "Miranda was declared deceased by medical personnel on scene".
"Department investigators are probing police use of force in the incident", the publication says.
Nunez has been convicted three times and also has been arrested on robbery with a deadly weapon, robbery and grand larceny auto charges. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said two men were seen taking off in an SUV.