Death-by-cop prevented, chief credits continued de-escalation training and officers for outcome

COURTESY: ANNICK JOSEPH (KIEM)

DEL NORTE COUNTY, Calif. (KIEM)-A death-by-cop incident was prevented in Crescent City Monday morning, after reports of a suspicious man with blood on his hands was reported to police.

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At about 915 a.m. CCPD responded to the 800-block of 3rd Street in Crescent City, they arrived to a 36-year-old man with bleeding, self-inflicted wounds, according to Police Chief Richard Griffin.

With razor blade in hand, the man yelled for the officers to shoot him.

After de-escalation efforts, such as talking, proved unsuccessful, a TAZER taser was deployed.

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The man was ultimately detained and given medical treatment on-scene and later taken to Sutter Coast Hospital and placed on a metal health hold.

Griffin commends Sergeant Wilson And Officer Sanders for sticking to their training.

“The whole video I watched, it looks like a post-training video for dealing with mental health issues, suicidal subjects trying to de-escalate properly with TAZER type stuff,” Griffin, “I mean this was something that happened very quickly, and they handled it very appropriately. “

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If you, or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, call the 24-hour crisis line at 707-445-7715.