Officers in fatal San Francisco shootout identified

March 31, 2018

In this March 21, 2018 video image from a body worn camera released by the San Francisco Police Department shows officers in a shootout inside a barbershop that left a gunman dead and five people injured in San Francisco. Footage from the shootout was released Thursday, March 29, 2018, at a police town hall meeting. The two-minute video from the injured officer shows the confrontation that took place inside the Amazon Barber Shop with Jehad Eid, who later died at a hospital. (San Francisco Police Department via AP)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco police have identified the officers involved in a shootout inside a barbershop that left a gunman dead and five others wounded, including an officer.

The department said Friday that officers Kevin Endo and Tess Casey fired their guns, killing 21-year-old Jehad Eid of Suisan City.

Police say they went to the barbershop to find Eid after his family reported he’d threatened them and had a gun on March 21.

Video from one officer’s body camera shows the officer shooting after falling to the ground seconds after entering the shop.

The officer was hit in the leg and was not identified. Four other people, including a teenager, were wounded.

Police say Eid fired first, shooting nine rounds, while Endo and Casey fired 26 shots. Eid was hit 18 times.

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