LOS ANGELES – The Latest on two shootings by police officers in California (all times local):
A second video has surfaced appearing to show a man throwing punches and scuffling with a California police officer before the man is fatally shot outside of a convenience store.
The video, posted on Facebook and YouTube Saturday, shows a man in a physical confrontation with a Huntington Beach police officer outside of a 7-Eleven Friday morning.
The man repeatedly punches the officer after the officer tries to use a stun gun to subdue him. The two then fall to the ground and the officer can be heard shouting, "let go of my gun," though he appears to be in full control of the weapon.
The man removes something from the officer's belt before the officer opens fire. Seven rounds can be heard before the man stumbles backward, falling against a wall.
A California police officer shot and wounded a man who refused to drop what the officer thought could be a weapon and also wounded a second officer who came to help.
The La Verne police officer confronted a man with "an unknown dark object in his hand" he thought was a gun after responding to a family disturbance around 3:30 a.m. Saturday.
Sheriff's investigators say the officer ordered the man to drop the object and fired when he refused. The officer then realized it wasn't a gun.
Investigators say the man advanced at the officer and reached toward his waistband before the officer to opened fire again. The man's condition wasn't known.
A second officer was struck by the gunfire and wounded.
It came a day after a fatal police shooting about 43 miles away in Huntington Beach.