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Two Federal Protective Service Police Officers Shot in Oakland, One Killed

Federal Protective Service
Two Federal Protective Service Police Officers Shot in Oakland, One Killed

Two Federal Protective Service officers shot in Oakland, one killed

UPDATE: The killed officer has been identified as Dave Patrick Underwood.

Officer Dave Patrick Underwood

Officer Dave Patrick Underwood

Two Federal Protective Service officers suffered gunshot wounds amid protests Friday night in Oakland, California, police said.

One of the officers died from his injury.

At least 7,500 protesters took to the streets of the city to demonstrate over the death of George Floyd, the Oakland Police Department told CNN.

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Protesters caused damage across the city. There were reports of vandalism, theft of businesses, fires set and assaults on police officers, according to the police statement.

While arrests were made, police were unable to provide specifics.

“Two Federal Protective Services officers stationed at the Oakland Down Town Federal Building suffered gunshot wounds. Unfortunately, one succumbed to his injury,” the police department said.
Police are investigating.

The Federal Protective Service, which falls under the Department of Homeland Security, provides security and law enforcement services at US government facilities.

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