WEST LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Officials say a suspect in a domestic situation was shot by police after he came at them with a knife.
The shooting occurred about 10 Sunday morning in the Pico-Robertson area, near the intersection of Cashio and Sherbourne.
Police said that officers were responding to a call about a domestic situation. Officers say a couple who live in a building on Sherbourne called for help to remove their son from a downstairs apartment.
Authorities say the son came at police wielding a knife. They then shot him.
The son is now listed in stable condition.
JUNE 24: Kenneth Lowenstein, founder and director of the LA Shmira Patrol, spoke in shul Sunday evening. He relayed an anecdote about a tattooed skinhead in his 30s who stopped by the LINKLA shul on Robertson Blvd last week and made various “Heil Hitler” salutes. Somebody saw him and ran into Petco and called 9-1-1.
Lowenstein talks about the shooting above. A mentally challenged man was getting kicked out of his apartment by his parents. He got belligerent. The police were called. The guy went at the police with a knife.