An active shooter was slain in an active shooting near the Tacoma Mall’s western entryway Wednesday evening, according to Tacoma Authorities. The 4500 area of South Pine Avenue, right in front of the Tacoma Mall, was the scene of a suspect armed and dangerous, according to Tacoma cops. According to officials, the arresting officer fired the gun at the individual, who expired on the spot.
A police report says they discovered a firearm on the site, but authorities will not identify what it really is yet. Somewhere at the site, authorities discovered a firearm but declined to say whether it was a firearm or anything else. The eyewitness who recorded the footage couldn’t see it well either. The circumstances behind the incident are unknown, however, bystander footage depicts the moment bullets were shot.
A firearm was discovered at the location, according to Tacoma police official Wendy Haddow, although authorities would not identify what sort of firearm it was. The Tacoma Law Enforcement Department gave the first statement on the grounds of the inquiry, but the Pierce County Forces Intelligence Agency will assume the initiative due to state regulations.