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Agents pointed out that an intruder in the residence of the Peruvian ambassador to the US would have entered to steal

Agents pointed out that an intruder in the residence of the Peruvian ambassador to the US would have entered to steal

US secret service agents killed an “intruder” during a shootout at the Peruvian ambassador’s residence in Washington on Wednesday. DC Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee III said the individual was detained after resisting.

In a brief conference after the events, Contee pointed out that the agents were called for a robbery in progress inside the home of ambassador Oswaldo de Rivero Barreto, reports CNN.

“The agents located an individual who was in the back of the residence of the Peruvian ambassador. Once they encountered this individual in the rear, they learned that he had smashed several windows in the rear of the residence.”he told the local press.

count indicated that the uniformed officers met this person and took out their less lethal service weapons (electric guns).

“This person was holding a metal stake. The agents fired the electric guns, but they had no effect and, since these weapons had no effect, the agents ended up taking out their service weapons, shooting and this person has died “indicated count.

The incident occurred shortly before 8:00 am in the 3000 block of Garrison Street NW, west of Rock Creek Park. Agents responded to a call of a “burglary in progress.”

According to the police chief, the individual was an adult man between 20 and 30 years old and presumably did not know that he was in the ambassador’s residence, so he would have entered to steal.

The incident occurred in the backyard of the residence and the ambassador and his wife were there at the time, but were unharmed.

Earlier, the USSS communications chief, Anthony Guglielmi, pointed out through his Twitter account that “Following a confrontation, uniformed division officers shot a reported intruder at a residence in the 3000 block of Garrison Street NW shortly before 08:00. Public information officers en route to the scene. No injuries to officers have been reported.”

Source: Gestion

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