Family members and friends left photos and messages at a memorial Monday in honor of a jogger who was shot and killed during an officer-involved shooting Saturday after a brief pursuit in Oxnard, Calif.
Authorities confirmed Tuesday that 21-year-old Alfonso Limon was caught in the cross-fire -- one of two men shot and killed Saturday after officers exchanged gunfire with two people involved in a pursuit following traffic stop.
"The violent behavior of these suspects in this incident created and resulted in a tragedy and tragic death of Mr. Limon," said Chief Jeri Williams.
Officers attempted to stop three subjects in a vehicle at about 10 p.m. Saturday in Oxnard. During the traffic stop, responding officers received a report that the men might have displayed a handgun, according to police.
The men in the vehicle refused to comply with the officers' instructions and drove away from the intersection, police said.
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