BCA identifies 3 Minneapolis Police officers involved in deadly shooting
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The Minnesota BCA says three Minneapolis police officers discharged their weapons during a deadly shooting in south Minneapolis Dec. 30.
In a release Monday, the BCA says police sergeant Darcy Klund, a 33-year veteran, officer Jason Schmitt, a 23-year veteran, and officer Paul Huynh, a 6-year veteran all discharged their weapons in the shooting that killed 23-year-old Dolal Idd.
All of the officers involved are on standard administrative leave. No officers were injured in the incident.
The BCA says a handgun was recovered from Idd’s person after the shooting and an assault-style handgun was recovered from his car.
A search warrant obtained by FOX 9 Monday showed officers were conducting a weapons investigation on Idd.