A deputy to the Sheriff's Department in Los Angeles, who reported being shot dead by a sniper on Wednesday and launched a manhunt after shooting, invented the story "completely", as the sheriff & # 39; ; s Department announced at a press conference on Saturday night.
Sheriff's Deputy Angel Reinosa, a 21-year-old rookie from the division, had holes cut into his shirt to make it look like he had been shot. In a hospital, he was treated for a "bruise" on the shoulder after the allegedly invented incident. Deputy Sheriff Robin Limon told reporters that the department was "incredibly disappointed" with the case and that Reinosa had been released from his duties. The department initiates a criminal investigation against Reinosa's false report adding Limon.
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"Things did not match," said Wegener. There was no sniper, no shots and no shot on his shoulder suffered injuries. Completely fabricated. "
" Things were not right. There were no snipers, no shots fired, and no gunshot wounds on his shoulder. Completely fabricated.
Wegener said the investigation had found no ballistic evidence at the scene, and no witnesses said they heard any shots.
He Reinosa did not say why he did it.
The MP claimed he was shot dead when he walked to his car from the sheriff's station in Lancaster, in the north of LA Reinosa reported that he was shot in the chest, but said his bulletproof vest had deflected the bullet into his shoulder and caused a bruise. The equipment set up a perimeter and launched a massive search for a suspect at three-digit temperatures on Wednesday, but could not find a suspect.