Enrique Alcarez Obituary, Death – Enrique Alcarez, 34 years old, was fatally shot by police officers in Phoenix on Tuesday. His identity has been released, and he has been identified as the victim. Officers fired shots, ultimately resulting in Alcarez’s death. At approximately eleven o’clock in the evening, law enforcement officers who were conducting patrols in the neighborhood surrounding Third Street and Southern Avenue came across a vehicle that matched the description of a car that had been involved in an armed robbery earlier that day. The robbery had taken place earlier in the day. The theft had taken place earlier in the day. Officers reportedly made an attempt to pull over Alcarez, but he continued driving away until his vehicle collided with a metal fence near the intersection of 16th Street and Southern Avenue, as stated by the police.
It is alleged that Alcarez displayed a firearm to police officers in response to their command for him to show his hands. Because of this, the officers fired their weapons multiple times at Alcarez. The authorities are looking into the possibility that Alcarez shot himself in the leg with one of his gunshot wounds, and this theory is currently being investigated. The officers claimed that they tried to get the man to show his hands by using a “less-lethal tool,” but when he did not respond, they approached the vehicle and discovered a gun inside of it. The officers stated that they tried to get the man to show his hands by using a “less-lethal tool.” The officers asserted that they attempted to subdue the suspect using “less-lethal tools” before resorting to more extreme measures.
Alcarez was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, and the woman who was sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle was reportedly taken into custody by the authorities. Alcarez died at the scene of the accident. The woman’s identity has not been established by the authorities despite their best efforts. At this time, the police have not provided any additional information to the public.