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Suspect arrested in shooting death of California officer

Suspect arrested in shooting death of California officer

The arrest followed a statewide manhunt.

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"Officer Singh sacrificed everything". Newman is located about 100 miles southeast of San Francisco. Gustavo Perez Arriaga was arrested in his slaying.

Erik Razo Quiroz. Gustavo Perez Arriaga, the man accused of killing a California police officer who pulled him over to investigate if he was driving drunk, was captured on December 28, 2018.

Gustavo Perez Arriaga (center), and Erik Razo Quiroz (right) are illegal aliens who were shielded from arrest and deportation by California's sanctuary state law.

Perez Arriaga is accused of killing Cpl.

Cpl. Ronil Singh, 33, was shot and killed early Wednesday morning, shortly after he radioed in that he was pulling over a gray pickup truck with no license plates in the small town of Newman, Calif., according to the Associated Press.

That suggests law enforcement could have apprehended Perez Arriaga previously, de Leon said.

Law enforcement officials arrested a man suspected of fatally shooting a Central California police officer after a three-day manhunt, the Stanislaus County sheriff announced Friday.

It became increasingly hard to ignore the debate Friday afternoon when Christianson held a news conference to announce Arriaga's apprehension.

"Ronil Singh was my older brother".

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Appearing on ABC's "This Week", Jeffries was asked about Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson's indictment of California's expansive sanctuary laws that prevent local law enforcement from cooperating with immigration authorities.

Christianson spoke at a news conference about making laws stricter as Singh's brother wept beside him.

"Please help us find this coward", Richardson said of Singh's killer.

Singh pulled over the attacker as part of a drunken driving investigation and fired back to try to defend himself, Christianson said.

Arriaga, a farm laborer who had been in the United States for a number of years after illegally crossing the border into Arizona, had prior arrests for driving under the influence, Christianson said.

"I'm not going to take issue with the sheriff's assessment of the situation, being unfamiliar with California laws", Jeffries said.

The sheriff's department has identified the suspect but not named him.

Authorities are searching for a man believed to be living in the country illegally who they say gunned down a California police officer the day after Christmas, inflaming the nationwide debate on immigration. On Twitter, he referred to Singh's death and wrote, "Time to get tough on Border Security".

Authorities were looking for a man seen in surveillance photos at a convenience store shortly before Singh was killed.

A police honor guard will stand sentry at Singh's casket for a viewing set for Friday from 9 a.m.to 12 p.m at the Newman Community Meeting Room, followed by a second viewing and honor guard salute at a funeral home in nearby Modesto.


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