BCA Names Rushford Officer Involved in Weekend Shooting
Rushford, MN (KROC-AM News) - The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension today released the name of the Rushford police officer who was involved in an officer-involved shooting on Saturday.
The BCA says Officer Darren Daveau has eight years of experience in law enforcement and is currently on standard administrative leave while the incident remains under investigation. officials earlier indicated the officers discharged his weapon while he was dealing with a man accused of violating a restraining order. 35-year-old Ibraheem Khalifa of Rushford is currently jailed at the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center on felony charges.
No one was injured by the gunfire. The BCA says a rifle was recovered at the scene of the shooting and a recording from a squad car dashcam video captured portions of the incident. Officials say the BCA will turn over the findings of its investigation to the Fillmore County Attorney's Office for review once it is completed.
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