A police officer from Pomona shot and killed a suspect following the fatal death of a police policeman from Cal Poly Pomona, who was on campus on Friday afternoon.
Officers searched the campus as a precaution, but Pomona police chief Michael Olivieri tweeted they do not believe it that there are more suspects.
"I can confirm a murder of a Cal Poly Pomona police officer and a Pomona police officer who shot the suspect who did not survive" Olivieri said on Twitter .
I just came to the Cal Poly incident. I can confirm a murder of a policeman from the police of Cal Poly Pomona, and the police officer of Pomona police shot with the suspect who did not survive.
̵1; Chief Michael Olivieri (@olivieri_ppd) June 30, 2018  The fatal blow occurred at 4:30 pm in the 3,500 block of West Pomona Boulevard, and the officer's shootings occurred about 25 minutes later near University Road and Temple Avenue, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, which is conducting the investigation
The campus was at 16:50, according to a dispatcher from the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Both the university policeman and the suspect were declared dead at the scene, according to the Sheriff Department.
#BreakingNews Investigators arrive at Lanterman and Lyle Center @calpolypona Campus South. It was confirmed that a park officer and a suspect are dead. @ivdailybulletin @ RubyGonzales2 @TheNewsBrian pic.twitter.com/K2uLA9kms6
– James F. Carbone (@saintcamera) June 30, 2018
During the gunfight of the officer, no police were injured, tweeted Olivieri. Information about the shooting of the suspect and the death of the park officer is not immediately available
The campus tweeted a security alert shortly after 5pm. Sign of large police activity in Campus South (Lanterman) and Lyle Center. Students were advised to stay away from these areas.
Security warning from CPP. Major police activity at Campus South (Lanterman) & Lyle Center. Stay away from these areas. Get more information.
– Cal Poly Pomona (@calpolypomona) June 30, 2018
A college spokeswoman said it was an "active, ongoing investigation." Cal Poly tweeted later that the police found there is no further threat to the campus.
Sheriff's murder detectives are on their way to the scene, according to Nicole Nishida, LASD spokeswoman.
Summer courses began on June 18th and end on July 24, according to the school website.
Road closures around the Cal-Poly campus are expected by Saturday at 2 pm while the investigation continues, the university tweeted
Foothill Transit announced the 190, 194, 195, 480 and 482 ring roads westward to police activities in Pomona until further notice.
Anyone with information about the incident can contact the sheriff's murder bureau at 323-890-5500. Call Crime Stopper at 800-222-TIPS (8477), download the P3 Tips mobile app on Google Play or the Apple App Store, or visit their website at http://lacrimestoppers.org.
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The Associated Press and City News Service have contributed to this report.