The suspect who left the Auburn police officer several times on the evening of the evening died after he was barricaded in the apartment, and the apartment was on fire, the Auburn police said. A message about a robbery at a pharmacy in the 400 block of Dean Road. The officer stopped the traffic on a suspicious vehicle. A person inside the vehicle, identified as 38-year-old Christopher James Wallace, fired an approaching officer, striking him several times.
Wallace escaped from the Jeep Liberty Silver area with the tag 6AB5267 in Alabama. An unknown woman was also inside the car, police said. As it was reported, he was in a camouflage hood.
The police stationed Wallace and a woman in a relative's home in 1
The suspects stayed inside after the officers ordered them to leave. The tear gas and "devices of distraction" were thrown into the apartment in the hope that they would remain, but they remained inside.
"Shortly thereafter a fire broke out in the apartment. The officers continued to defend the territory; however, the suspects never left the apartment, which completely covered the fire. It is believed that the suspects died in the fire ", – told the police.
The officer who was shot dead is in a stable condition at the medical center of East Alabama, police say.
Auburn Police Department, Opelika Police Department, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, District Circuit Officer Lee and US Marshall Working Group are investigating. Other auxiliary agencies are the District Sheriff Department of Li and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.