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scoutsniper687 09-25-2012 2:06 PM

9/25/10 11-99 Two SDSO Deputies shot.
 
Just got word from an old partner and good friend that two San Diego Sheriff Deputies were shot in lakeside. No info on the condition of the two Deps. yet. Here is the only article I could find... http://www.10news.com/news/sheriff-s...e-neighborhood

I pray they are okay!

llamatrnr 09-25-2012 2:08 PM

Deputies: one arm wound, one chest wound, suspect also shot. all taken to hospital . . .

DEPUTYBILL 09-25-2012 8:26 PM

Hope the deputies fully recover,so if the suspect recovers,they can testify in court against him!

Rockit 09-25-2012 9:53 PM

Another news story.
http://www.cbs8.com/story/19636663/d...-lakeside-area

Mg911guy 09-25-2012 9:54 PM

I pray for a speedy recovery.

NoNOS67 09-25-2012 9:58 PM

Incident happened just on the other side of town from my place. There's a special place in hell for the suspect!

Spanky8601 09-25-2012 10:52 PM

Praying for a speedy recovery for the deputies.

nickbackouris 09-25-2012 11:36 PM

One Deputy is still in surgery with a bleeding artery in his arm. The other is out of surgery and stable. We're getting updated every few hours.

Keep the prayers coming, they're appreciated.

yzernie 09-26-2012 10:27 AM

Prayers out.

kotetu 09-26-2012 12:52 PM

My cousin was shot yesterday
 
He's a LEO with the San Diego Sheriffs.

I don't have any real info at this point. Really freaked out and can barely type. Stay safe.

Yugo 09-26-2012 12:53 PM

best wishes for fast recovery.

kotetu 09-26-2012 12:53 PM

you guys knew before me. I guess that makes sense.

I'm going to take a walk to try to clear my head.

Coded-Dude 09-26-2012 12:56 PM

thoughts and prayers going out. stay safe out there ladies and gents.

chillincody 09-26-2012 1:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kotetu (Post 9401443)
He's a LEO with the San Diego Sheriffs.

I don't have any real info at this point. Really freaked out and can barely type. Stay safe.

WAs he involved in the lakeside shooting or did another shooting happen last night ?? :confused:

Either way hope he has a fast recovery and hope they got the scumbag who shot him , Ill pray for him and your family

Rockit 09-26-2012 1:38 PM

Hang tough. He has a huge LEO family for support.

john.t.singh 09-26-2012 2:14 PM

prayers go out to him sir

Ed_Hazard 09-26-2012 2:15 PM

Prayers and best wishes to you and your familly. Keep us posted.

kotetu 09-26-2012 2:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chillincody (Post 9401496)
WAs he involved in the lakeside shooting or did another shooting happen last night ?? :confused:

Either way hope he has a fast recovery and hope they got the scumbag who shot him , Ill pray for him and your family

yes, Lakeside, so not last night, but yesterday. data is still somewhat scarce. sounds like he's doing alright after 2 surgeries. Going down from LA tonight or early tomorrow.


thanks for the kind words.

RazzB7 09-26-2012 2:37 PM

I was on the 52 freeway yesterday heading east when suddenly there was a "whoop" of a siren from an unmarked SUV next to me, then he took off. By the time I got to my exit, two more marked cars had gone past me "code 3".

Your cousin was shot by a POS who looks like he is going to make a complete recovery. Last I heard on the news here, one officer was in stable condition and the other was in critical condition.

I sincerely hope your cousin makes a complete and speedy recovery.

em9sredbeam 09-26-2012 2:42 PM

Prayers for a full and speedy recovery.

Mg911guy 09-26-2012 2:43 PM

Our prayers go out for the officers and your family.

SeanCasey 09-26-2012 3:41 PM

My prayers are with your family. I hope he makes a full and speedy recovery.

kotetu 09-26-2012 4:53 PM

Thanks everyone. My mother and younger brother are headed down now. I'll know more in a few hours. It means a lot to receive all of these well wishes.

Socalmedix 09-26-2012 5:06 PM

Best wishes to a Brother....

Hope for a full and speedy recovery. If you get to speak to him, tell him CalGuns is thinking about him!

Hot Holster 09-26-2012 5:08 PM

Thoughts and prayers to your cousin and the other officer, the families, friends and coworkers. Wishes for a complete and speedy recovery for both.

gesundheit 09-26-2012 5:52 PM

I hope the officers make full recovery. Tell your cousin we are rooting for him.

nickbackouris 09-26-2012 6:43 PM

One thing is for sure...our entire department is behind your family, your cousin, and everyone involved. I speak from experience that if your family needs ANYTHING, just ask and we, as a department, will take care of it.

Everyone is praying for Ali and Craig.

BigDogatPlay 09-26-2012 7:09 PM

Best wishes for a speedy recovery. These peace officers have thousands of brothers and sisters behind them from both within and from outside their department.

wc12 09-26-2012 7:27 PM

Best wishes to the deputies involved and lots of praises to the sdpd officer who rescued them. Thank you all for your services.

cop1211 09-26-2012 7:40 PM

Prayers for a full recovery for both officers.

Hope the shooter has a nice place in Hades.

zer0bot 09-26-2012 7:44 PM

Best wishes.

HB Surfer 09-26-2012 11:34 PM

I will say a prayer tonight. Hope all is well. God bless these officers.

john67elco 09-27-2012 1:41 AM


From: Gore, William Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 11:12 AM To: Everyone Subject: Status of Sergeant Johnson and Deputy Perez
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kotetu 09-27-2012 6:38 AM

Thanks again everyone.

NYT 09-27-2012 6:57 AM

wishing him a speedy recovery.

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masameet 09-27-2012 8:59 PM

Looks like Det. Ali Perez is going to make it. :thumbsup:

http://media.utsandiego.com/img/phot...9bad77005ad092

mievil 09-27-2012 9:09 PM

Where did you find updated info?

I was wondering what rifle was used, as they kept saying "high powered rifle". I was actually shocked the words "assault rifle" were not found anywhere.

Just saw an article saying it was a Garand.

masameet 09-27-2012 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mievil (Post 9411559)
Where did you find updated info?

I was wondering what rifle was used, as they kept saying "high powered rifle". I was actually shocked the words "assault rifle" were not found anywhere.

Just saw an article saying it was a Garand.

San Diego Union-Tribune stories. One of them said the rifle rounds were .308s.

I'm betting both Det. Perez and Sgt. Craig Johnson were "saved" by their ballistic vests (and maybe the slugs were slowed down by a door), as it's my understanding that most rifle rounds penetrate such vests rather easily.

mievil 09-28-2012 7:50 AM

Perhaps it was a newer Garand.

Hmmmm....I still see medically induced coma and critical condition. A friend of mine is friends with Perez and stated specific injuries which sounded pretty damn bad. And they are still trying to get blood for him. Dunno which of the officers Kotetu was related to, but any non-news story information would be great.

BadKitty 09-28-2012 11:54 AM

San Diego area firefighters are circulating this notice amongst our own. LEO are our brothers too. If you haven't seen it yet, please also consider passing it to others who might be willing to help.


BK


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Subject: Request to Donate Blood - A Message from the Sheriff's Department

Hello Friends -

As I'm sure you all know, two of our own (Detective Ali Perez and Sgt Craig Johnson) were shot with a high power rifle on Tuesday afternoon as they attempted to arrest a child molester. Craig is stable, but still has a long recovery ahead of him.

We almost lost Ali the first night because he had internal bleeding and they couldn't identify the source. At one point the doctors came out of surgery saying it didn't look good and we needed to prepare ourselves for the worst. Ali is a fighter and fortunately they were finally able to find the source and stop the bleeding. Ali is still critical and not even close to being out of the woods, but I truly believe all the love and support from friends and family is giving Ali the will and drive to continue fighting.

Ali had surgery this morning, is scheduled for another surgery on Saturday and will likely have more surgeries over the course of the next several months. He has lost a lot of blood and will lose more during the subsequent surgeries, so the San Diego Blood Bank has set up a donation account for him. Ali has O+ blood, but any blood type is accepted and will be credited to Ali's account. See information below.

I am asking all of you to please pass the information below to anyone who is willing to donate.

Thank you all in advance!!

[Name removed] from the Sheriff's Department


Detective Perez' blood type is 0 POSITIVE. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE 0 POSITIVE! TO DONATE. When you go to any San Diego Blood Bank facility, tell them you are donating in Detective Perez' name and provide the following code:

CODE: DSVF

Detective Perez will receive all the blood he requires during his recovery and the cost/availability will be offset by donations.


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