It looks like a maggot in Los Angeles tried to assassinate cops in an attempt to copycat the murder of two NYPD police.
In Los Angeles, two officers were driving in their patrol car Sunday night when at least one gunman open fire, police said. The officers returned fire and were not injured.
One suspect was arrested, and police recovered two weapons — including a rifle.
But a second suspect remains at large, prompting an hours-long manhunt involving about 100 officers, Los Angeles police Capt. Lillian Carranza said.
Police warned residents to stay indoors part of South Central Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Police Department has declared a citywide tactical alert after two suspects fired at a patrol car with a rifle Sunday night.
The incident occurred at 62nd and Hoover streets at about 9:20 p.m. Police say every available officer has been sent to the area.
One suspect is in custody. A wide perimeter is set up from Gage Avenue to 61st Street and between Hoover Street and Vermont Avenue as officers search for the second suspect.
Police say he is considered armed and dangerous.
Neighbors are being warned to stay inside. A rifle has been recovered. No officers were injured.
Maybe protesters should think about turning the propaganda and rhetoric down before more innocents are hurt.