SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The latest on an officer-involved shooting incident in Rancho Cordova:
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A Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy has died after a shooting in Rancho Cordova on Monday.
Mark Stasyuk, 27, was contracted out to Rancho Cordova with the sheriff’s department. He was a four-year veteran with the department.
Now, for the third time in the last four years, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is mourning the loss of one of its own.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s office issued a statement on the passing of deputy Mark Stasyuk
“Anne and I extend our deepest condolences to Deputy Stasyuk’s family, loved ones and colleagues and ask all Californians to keep them in your thoughts during this difficult time.”
A procession left UC Davis Medical Center with fallen deputy Mark Stasyuk
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department says a deputy who was shot has died from his injuries.
Sheriff Scott Jones identified the fallen deputy as Mark Stasyuk, a 4-year veteran with the department.
A second deputy was wounded, but is expected to make a full physical recovery.
Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones is expected to deliver an update after two deputies were shot in Rancho Cordova.
Witness Natalie Lane is a postal service clerk and was nearby when she heard the shots.
A neighbor near the scene says he saw the arrest play out on the other side of his fence.
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He says the suspect was laying out in the street as deputies yelled orders to him to lay flat on the street.
Investigators have arrested one suspect in the shooting that wounded two Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies and a bystander. The suspect was also wounded.
Investigators are not releasing information on the suspect or his condition.
It’s not known whose bullets struck the bystander.
Folsom Boulevard will be closed for several hours near the shooting location as the investigation continues.
The shooting started at the Pep Boys on the 10,000 block of Folsom Boulevard near Highway 50, then spilled into a parking lot to the west.
Sacramento Metro Fire says four people were transported, including Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies.
A fifth person refused treatment at the scene and was released.
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is planning an update soon.
Two law enforcement officers were shot and a suspect is in custody after an incident in Rancho Cordova Monday afternoon, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
The scene is along the Folsom Boulevard and Olson Drive.
The law enforcement officers shot are deputies with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. The condition of the deputies are unknown at this point; both are being transported to the hospital.
There are no outstanding suspects, deputies say.
The sheriff’s department initially said an officer and a suspect were down.
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More information to come.