Denver (AP) — A police officer who was one of three people killed in a shooting in a shopping district outside Denver was a school resource officer known for developing relationships with students. , Said city officials.
Police killed a suspect and a man called a “Samaritan” near a library in downtown Alvada, about 7 miles (10 km) northwest of popular shops, restaurants, breweries, and other businesses on Monday. Does not explain the beginning of the gun battle. In downtown Denver.
Authorities were expected to disclose more information about the shooting on Tuesday afternoon. They have not disclosed the identities of the other two who died.
At summer school, police officer Gordon Beasley was on patrol when police said he was shot shortly after reporting a suspicious incident they didn’t explain.
Beesley was assigned to work with students at Oberon Middle School after working as a patrol officer and motorcycle traffic officer for 19 years at the Arvada police station.
According to the biography of his school’s resource officer, he played drums in a band and enjoyed hiking, biking, skiing and camping with his family. His motto was “find good things every day”.
According to KUSA-TV, Beasley was really interested in biking in 2015, but after learning that his mother didn’t want to ride alone, biking with 7th grade due to developmental delay. I started going to school at.
The shooting in Alvada took place three months after a gunner fired at a Boulder supermarket about 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Alvada, killing 10 people, including police officers.
One in three school resource officers killed in a Colorado shooting
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