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Las Vegas Police Officer Truong Thai Died in a Terrific GunShot

Truong Thai

According to the Injured Police Officers Fund, a vigil for deceased Las Vegas police officer Truong Thai will be held on Saturday. According to the IPOF, Officer Thai will be under surveillance on Saturday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m. The event will happen at Sunset Park, Pavilion F, the second entrance off Eastern. Officer Thai, a 23-year veteran of Las Vegas police, was killed in a shooting while responding to a domestic disturbance near UNLV with another officer on Thursday morning. Thai had worked for the LVMPD since 1999 and was assigned to the South Central Area Command.

Who is Truong Thai?

Who is Truong Thai


A retired cop spent most of his free time coaching girls’ volleyball. Thai joined the Police Department in 1999 and has served in various roles, including firearms instructor. “Throughout his tenure, he was an experienced patrol officer who mentored countless younger officers,” according to LVMPD. A night shift patrol officer, Thai died in a local hospital from a gunshot wound to the torso. He was 49.

What Happened to Truong Thai?

What Happened to Truong Thai


Officer Truong Thai was shot and died around 1:00 a.m. while answering a domestic call on East Flamingo Road. Officer Thai and his partner attempted to contact the individual at the intersection of East Flamingo Road and South University Center Drive when he opened fire inside his car. The rounds fired by the subject hit both Officer Thai and a civilian. Officer Thai died from his injuries while being taken to a nearby hospital. The man was arrested three miles away by a police canine after refusing to exit his vehicle.

Who is trapped to be the Suspect in the Truong Thai Murder?

Who is trapped to be the Suspect in the Truong Thai Murder


Lombardo identified the suspect in Thai’s death as 24-year-old Tyson Hampton, who was arrested on Thursday in a downtown Las Vegas jail. Right now, it’s unclear what charges he’ll face. According to him, Thai was investigating a complaint near UNLV at 1 a.m. when the suspect shot at them from inside his vehicle. Thai was shot during the gunfight, according to Lombardo. According to Lombardo, the suspect fled after the shootout but was apprehended 3 miles away by K-9 officers.

Official Announcement of Truong Thai Death:

Official Announcement of Truong Thai Death


Authorities said a veteran Las Vegas police officer patrolling a high-crime area was shot early Thursday after the gunfire. He was later apprehended. According to Sheriff Lombardo, Officer Truong Thai was killed while responding to a domestic disturbance call at 1:08 a.m. near the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. “The suspect was armed with a pistol and fired at our police,” Lombardo said. Both responding officers discharged their service weapons. “One officer was injured.” According to Lombardo, Thai was shot in the torso and died at the hospital.

Police Officers Pay Tribute to the Incident:

Police Officers Pay Tribute to the Incident


“The event highlights the hazards our officers face every day just by putting on the uniform and doing their job,” Lombardo said, declining to identify the other officer involved in the shooting. Thai’s death occurred during an unusually violent week for law enforcement officers around the country, including in Connecticut, where two cops were killed and a third was injured late Wednesday while responding to an emergency call about probable domestic violence. A man was shot and killed by police in North Las Vegas on Monday after allegedly pointing a gun at bystanders while wearing a Halloween mask. Officers from adjacent Henderson were involved in a shooting on Wednesday, although no bullet wounds were reported.

According to court records, Hampton was convicted of a misdemeanor charge of brandishing a deadly weapon in a threatening manner last April. He was initially charged but pled not guilty to the misdemeanor as part of a plea bargain with prosecutors. Clear Capital, based in Reno, has laid off more than a quarter of its “global staff.” He received a 90-day suspended jail sentence, 50 hours of community service, a six-month “keep out of trouble” order, and was required to surrender his 9mm handgun to LVMPD. Gov.

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