The Latest: 1 wounded in LA shooting involving FBI agent
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on a shooting involving an FBI agent in Los Angeles (all times local):
Authorities say one person was wounded in a shooting involving an FBI agent serving a search warrant in Los Angeles.
Special Agent Michael Gifford says an agent discharged a weapon following an altercation with a subject at a residence in the San Fernando Valley early Monday.
The person was hospitalized in unknown condition. Gifford says no law enforcement officers were hurt during the incident in the Sun Valley neighborhood north of downtown Los Angeles.
He says the shooting is under investigation.
Authorities say FBI agents were involved in a shooting while executing a search warrant in Los Angeles.
Police Officer Irma Mota says it’s not immediately clear what led to the shooting around 5:40 a.m. Monday in the San Fernando Valley.
Mota says the agents were executing a search warrant at a home in the Sun Valley neighborhood.
She says no law enforcement officers were injured.
A spokesman for the FBI in Los Angeles did not immediately respond to a request for comment.