Brackenridge shooting kills police chief, injures another officer; The suspect was shot and killed

Brackenridge Police Chief Justin McIntyre was shot and killed Monday afternoon, according to a tweet from West Deer Police and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro. Another officer was also shot and killed in Brackenridge following an hours-long manhunt across Allegheny County. A suspect in a double shooting was shot and killed in Pittsburgh near the intersection of Brushton Avenue and Mohler Street around 7 p.m., law enforcement sources said. Pittsburgh Breaking News 4. Around 2 p.m., police encountered a wanted suspect in the Brackenridge-Tarrentham area. Police chased the suspect nearby on foot for several hours. Around 4:15 p.m., a Brackenridge officer encountered the suspect in the 800 block of Third Street. The foot chase was followed by two shootings, one involving the suspect on Third Street and the other on Brackenridge Avenue. One officer was hit on the head and died on the spot. Another officer suffered a leg injury and was taken to a local hospital. The second officer is currently in stable condition. Allegheny County Dispatch reports that first responders were initially in the area of ​​Brackenridge Avenue and Morgan Street near Tomson Scrap Metal. Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 encountered a SWAT team in the area of ​​Prospect Street and 6th Avenue. At a news conference, police said they were looking for Aaron Lamont Swann, 28, of Duquesne in connection with the shooting. Following the shooting, Swann fled in a stolen car on Pacific Avenue, police officials said. Police are looking for a 2014 Subaru Legacy, Pennsylvania license plate GMA8620, that was last seen in the 1100 block of Pacific Ave. Several roads in Brackenridge have been closed in response. Several nearby departments have also dispatched police units. Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 is on the scene to find out more. This is a developing story. Stay tuned to Pittsburgh Action News 4 for updates. Download the WTAE mobile app to stay connected with breaking news.

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Brackenridge Police Chief Justin McIntyre was shot and killed Monday afternoon, according to a tweet from West Deer Police and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro. Another officer was also shot and wounded in Breckenridge following an hours-long manhunt across Allegheny County.

A Pittsburgh shooting suspect was shot and killed near the intersection of Brushton Avenue and Mohler Street in Pittsburgh around 7 p.m., law enforcement sources tell Pittsburgh’s Action News 4.

Around 2 p.m., police encountered a wanted suspect in the Brackenridge-Tarentum area. Police chased the suspect in the area for several hours. Around 4:15 p.m., a Brackenridge officer encountered the suspect in the 800 block of Third Street.

The foot chase was followed by two shootings, one that encountered the suspect several blocks away on Third Street and the other on Brackenridge Avenue.

One officer was hit on the head and died on the spot. Another officer suffered a leg injury and was taken to a local hospital. The second officer is currently in stable condition.

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Allegheny County Dispatch reports that first responders were initially in the area of ​​Brackenridge Avenue and Morgan Street near Tomson Scrap Metal. Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 encountered a SWAT team in the area of ​​Prospect Street and 6th Avenue.

At a news conference, police said they were looking for Aaron Lamont Swann, 28, of Duquesne in connection with the shooting.

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Following the shooting, Swann fled in a stolen car on Pacific Avenue, police officials said.

Police are looking for a 2014 Subaru Legacy, Pennsylvania license plate GMA8620, that was last seen in the 1100 block of Pacific Ave.

Several roads in Brackenridge are closed as a result. Several nearby departments have also dispatched police units.

Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 is on the scene to find out more.

This is a growing story. Stay tuned to Pittsburgh Action News 4 for updates. Download the WTAE Mobile App Stay connected with important news.

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