Truong Thai died

A name is in the headlines because of his death. Yes, we are talking about Truong Thai. Truong Thai passed away. On the basis of the report, of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, an office is no more following an early-morning shooting on Thursday at it was happened near UNLV. These details have been shared by Sheriff Joe Lombardo with the media. The conference has been held on Thursday when dispatch got a report about a domestic disturbance close to the 800 block of East Flamingo Road at around one in the morning.

According to the report, in the vicinity of University Center and Flamingo Road, answering officers made contact with the suspicious car, on the basis of Sheriff Lombardo. On the basis of the police that the suspect, who is 24-year-old Tyson Hampton, shot at them while carrying a weapon. According to Lombardo, both responding cops fired their weapons. According to Lombardo, one cop was stuck and fatally injured, as well as a bystander. Both were sent to neighborhood hospitals. Scroll down the page to know more information about the news.


After escaping, Hampton was appended at Eastern and Desert Inn with the aid of a K-9 unit, on the basis. When Hampton got out of the car, he resisted the demands of the cops, so the K-9 unit was called in. Police have named the deceased officer as Truong Thai, 49, who was murdered in the incident. Thai according to Sheriff Lombardo, died at Sunrise Hospital after receiving a gunshot wound to the torso. He was transported to a nearby hospital, where he passed away with his ex-wife and daughter by his side, Lombardo mentioned. Scroll down the page to know more information.

Thai, A department employee since 1999, was given a position in the south Central Area Command of the LVMPD. Officer Thai was shown as a “dedicated, 23-year veteran” of the agency by south Central Area Command in a message on social media published later on the day Thursday morning. Police mentioned Thai served in a number of roles for the agency, including that of a weapons instructor. “He was passionate about training new offers.” Coach Thai was not only a hero to the Las Vegas community as an LVMPD officer but to the volleyball community as well. We pray God gave peace to her soul. Stay tuned for more updates.

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