A police officer from Cal Poly Pomona police was fatally beaten and the suspect was killed after an officer shot and killed him on campus on Friday.
I just came in Cal Poly Incident. I can confirm a murder of a policeman of police of Cal Poly Pomona, and the police officer of Pomona shot with the suspect who did not survive.
̵1; Chief Michael Olivieri (@olivieri_ppd) June 30, 2018  After the parking officer was stabbed around 4:30 pm, the Pomona police shot the suspect fatal 15 minutes later, less than a mile away, As reported by a Los Angeles County sheriff press statement
The officer's knife cuts occurred at 3500 W. Pomona Blvd. and he was declared dead at the scene, authorities said.
In addition, the suspect was shot down and also determined to be dead at University Road and Temple Avenue.
Pomona Police Department chief Michael Olivieri tweeted there were no additional suspects, but the campus search was carried out as a precautionary measure. Later, school officials said there was no further threat to the campus.
It is unclear what led to the shootout with the suspect.
An officer at the sheriff's office told KTLA that the officer's partner had found him with a cracked throat
The sheriff's department is investigating the incident, Olivieri said.
California Highway Patrol officials responded to a report of the shootout at 5:15 am, said CHP officer Stephan Brandt. Responded to a call described as a "behavioral call / mental rescue," Melanie reported Flores, the department head of the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
She had no further information.
People were told to stay away from Campus South near Lanterman Lyle Center, according to Cal Poly Pomona's Twitter account
CPP Security Notice. Major police activity at Campus South (Lanterman) & Lyle Center. Stay away from these areas. Further information follows.
– Cal Poly Pomona (@calpolypomona) June 30, 2018
Some street closures on campus are expected by Sunday, according to the report.
Campus Traffic Also Enforced
Anyone with information about the incident is requested to visit the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500 or anonymous at Crime Stopper at 800-222-8477 to call