Officer Opens Fire in Downtown Los Angeles; 1 in Custody

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A California Highway Patrol officer shot and killed a man Wednesday morning at the Ronald Reagan State Building in Downtown Los Angeles, authorities said.

Authorities investigate an officer-involved shooting in downtown Los Angeles on September 6, 2017. Darrell Steinberg, the state Attorney General Library, and the California Department of Insurance. The officer shot the man three times and contacted the station to report a "suspect down", said CHP Officer Peter Nicholson.

A man was taken to a hospital after he ran onto the Interstate 10 Freeway in Fontana on the morning of September 6, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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The highway patrol officer who allegedly shot the man sustained no injuries according to CHP Officer Chris Baldonado. He was not an employee at the building, officials said. That officer was on duty at the building at the time of the incident.

Investigators are still trying to pin down a possible motive and will probe the suspect's background to determine if he had "a gripe with anyone in the building", Gomez said.

The CHP is responsible for security in the building.

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