By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews)

Source: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Shannon Dicus (Information)

Hesperia, Calif.: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Shannon Dicus provided the latest information on the fatal shooting with law enforcement involving murder suspect Anthony John Graziano, 45, and his daughter, Savannah Graziano, 15 years old.

Anthony John Graziano was wanted for the murder of his wife in a domestic violence incident on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022, in Fontana, Calif., before fleeing the area with his daughter, whom authorities later issued an Amber Alert for the public be on the lookout. for her, the suspect and a van that the suspect was driving.

On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, the San Bernardino County Sheriff‘s Department confirmed that Anthony John Graziano and Savannah Graziano were killed after a shootout with law enforcement after the van was spotted west of Barstow, Calif., authorities were dispatched and engaged the suspect, and a police chase ensued ending along Interstate 15 at Main Street in gunfire.

Questions during the inquest whether Savannah Graziano, who exited the vehicle during the shooting in tactical gear and running towards deputies when she was injured, was taking part in the shooting towards law enforcement in which a deputy was injured by shrapnel in the face. firefight.

In a video posted to social media Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Shannon Dicus said, “Our specialty detectives are handling the scene throughout the night and provided me with a briefing. this morning. Based on the information, there is evidence to suggest that Savannah Graziano was involved in shooting our deputies. However, based on the totality of events and the requirements of Assembly Bill 1506, I have consulted with the Department of Justice to assume responsibility for this investigation.

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