This news has been received from:

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

mail: [NewsMag]

PALMDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- The stepson of a retired LAPD officer is being sought for questioning in the stabbing death of his stepfather.

Darryl Lee, 59, was found stabbed to death on Wednesday afternoon on the 39500 block of Colchester Court in Palmdale. Tyrell Gay, 29, has been named a person of interest in the case, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department announced Saturday.

Authorities say Gay is considered armed and dangerous. If seen, the public is urged not to approach him and call 911 instead.

Anyone with information about the stabbing or his whereabouts are asked to contact detectives at (323) 890-5500 or Crime Stopping at (800) 222-8477 to remain anonymous.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

News Source:

Tags: los angeles county sheriff s department lapd homicide investigation suspect images man killed stabbing officer killed stabbed to death the stabbing in palmdale

NLRB: Staten Island Amazon warehouse can hold union vote

Next News:

Off-Duty Firefighter, Paramedic Testify In Day 3 Of Federal Trial In George Floyd’s Death

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Witnesses to George Floyd’s murder testified in the federal civil rights case Wednesday against three former Minneapolis police officers.

Prosecutors say Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng ignored Floyd’s desperate pleas for help.

READ MORE: Body Cam Footage Examined On Day 2 In Federal Trial Of Ex-Officers In George Floyd's Death

Off-duty Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson and paramedic Derek Smith testified Tuesday. Both witnesses testified in the state trial of ex-officer Derek Chauvin, but Hanson may be an even more significant witness in this trial. She happened on the scene and begged the officers to let her take Floyd’s pulse and provide him aid.

On the scene, then-officer Tou Thao expressed skepticism that Hanson was really a firefighter and told her to get on the sidewalk.

Hanson was asked by the prosecution if she thinks she could have made a difference for Floyd, and she answered yes.

Thao had his back to Floyd and the other three officers during the confrontation. Under cross-examination by Thao’s attorney, Robert Paule, Hanson said she had told investigators “I have no idea that Mr. Thao had any idea what was going on behind his back.”

READ MORE: Who Are The 3 Ex-Officers On Federal Trial In George Floyd's Killing? An Explainer

Genevieve Hansen (credit: Cedric Hohnstadt)

Smith testified when he arrived on the scene, Chauvin still had his knee on Floyd’s neck, and he had to ask him to back away. Smith said after immediately taking Floyd’s pulse, he believed he was “probably dead.” Smith seemed to bolster the defense by saying the scene outside Cup Foods was not safe, and that’s why they moved the ambulance several blocks to get away from the bystanders.

Prosecutors played a video of then-officer Thomas Lane in the ambulance administering chest compressions. His attorney, Earl Gray asked, “Was [Lane] helpful?” Paramedic Smith responded, “In my opinion, he was helpful, yes.”

Smith also said he suspected that Floyd may have suffered from “excited delirium” — a controversial medical condition that is taught to first responders. Symptoms, Smith said, include a racing heart and super-human strength. In the body-cam videos, Lane can be heard asking the other officers, as they hold Floyd down, that he was worried Floyd was suffering from the condition.

MORE NEWS: Opening Statements Start Monday In Federal Trial Of Ex-Officers Involved In George Floyd's Death

At the end of the day, Thomas Plunkett, attorney for former officer J. Alexander Kueng, asked Federal Judge Paul Magnuson to declare a mistrial on grounds of prosecutorial misconduct. And for a third time, the judge denied the motion.

Other News

  • Drakeo the Ruler’s family says lack of security at concert contributed to fatal stabbing
  • Inmate sought after walking away from LA reentry program
  • LAPD Chief Moore: LAPD will cover funeral expenses for off-duty officer killed during robbery
  • Man accused of stabbing K-9 now charged with killing father
  • Retired nursing assistant left to sleep on yoga mat at Virginia shelter
  • Man Killed In Roxbury Double Stabbing Defended Other Victim; GPS Monitor Used To Find Suspect
  • 19-Year-Old Stabbed While Fighting Off Melrose Home Invasion Suspect Thought She Was Dreaming
  • Milwaukee police: 4 held for questioning in mass slaying
  • Help Sought Identifying Witnesses To Baltimore County Cold Case Homicide
  • Missing Woman Sought By Police In Central Pennsylvania
  • Westchester Man Sentenced For Stabbing, Sexually Assaulting Woman
  • Newly Retired Sean Payton Gives 49ers a Bold Comparison
  • Driver who crashed into ex stabbing mum to death reveals ‘my instant thought was to protect her’ & slams murder arrest
  • Fallen officers sought bridges between NYPD, communities
  • Little Village Community Stepped Up To Help Solve 8-Year-Old Melissa Ortegas Murder; Retired Police Commander Concerned About Handling Of Juvenile Suspects
  • NYC Gun Violence: Retired Detective & John Jay Professor Weighs In On Mayor Adams Blueprint
  • Authorities Identify Gardena Man Stabbed on Saturday As Gary Godinez
  • One Killed In Palmdale Hit-And-Run; Authorities Searching For Suspect
  • 19-Year-Old Stabbed In Neck During Melrose Home Invasion