Dayve Sanchez Death: The Apex Police Department has named both the man who was slain and the SBI officer who shot him outside an Academy Sports on Tuesday. According to the police department of Apex, Dayve Sanchez, 18, was fatally shot by a State Bureau of Investigation agent on Tuesday afternoon after being allegedly found shoplifting. Let’s examine it in more detail.
Dayve Sanchez Death
After an alleged incident of theft, a State Bureau of Investigation agent shot and killed Dayve Sanchez, 18, on Tuesday afternoon in Apex.
Police were called to the Academy Sports and Outdoors store in the Pine Plaza Drive shopping centre at around 1:30 p.m. Dayve Rafael Sanchez was discovered on the ground with a gunshot wound, according to Apex Police Chief Jeremy Armstrong. He was brought to a nearby hospital, where he eventually passed away from his wounds.
What took place?
After an alleged incident of theft, Dayve Sanchez, 18, was shot and killed by a State Bureau of Investigation agent on Tuesday in Apex.
At around 1:30 pm, police were summoned to Academy Sports and Outdoors in a Pine Plaza Drive shopping centre. A gunshot wound to Dayve Rafael Sanchez was found on the ground, according to Apex Police Chief Jeremy Armstrong. He was taken to a neighbouring hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries later on.
Family members first gave The News & Observer’s news partner ABC11 information about Sanchez. In a news release on Wednesday, the police named Denzel Ward, 29, as the SBI agent who shot him. The police also confirmed Ward’s identification.
Armstrong claims that the incident started inside the store. The woman reportedly made an effort to take a container of ammunition from a counter. She and Sanchez walked out of the store with the stolen package. Nearby to Sanchez, cops found a weapon. Armstrong claims that the police think he owns it.
At a press conference, Armstrong stated:
The shooting started when the SBI agent came upon the two people in the parking area.
“The person who shot the male in this interaction was the SBI agent.”
The woman is presently “under the care of medical professionals,” and neither her identify nor any allegations against her have been made public by the police.
The chief omitted to explain why the agent entered the establishment or what led to the shooting. Armstrong asserted that he discussed the officer-involved incident with SBI officials and Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman to “ensure we handle this with the utmost sensitivity.”
According to Armstrong, Freeman allegedly asked that the Apex Police Department take charge of the investigation. He claimed that when the incident took place, witnesses who had been in the parking lot at the time were being questioned by police.
A fatal stabbing in a convenience shop in Raleigh
Two persons have passed away in the Triangle within a week following an alleged theft incident. Cary resident Mark Garrity Jr. was stabbed on Thursday at a convenience shop in downtown Raleigh.
According to the news, Garrity and the shop owner got into a brawl when the latter accused Garrity of theft. Garrity later succumbed to his wounds. He was 27. As of Tuesday, the police had not disclosed any charges in connection with the event.
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