An armed man was shot and killed by sheriff's lawmakers in what the authorities described as a "battle with weapons" on Tuesday night after a series of shootings in which two people and police officer K-9 were injured in a county Placer County. Westbound Interstate 80 on Highway 65 was closed on Tuesday night after the man came into a confrontation with law enforcement officials on the highway, The Sheriff's Office at Placer County said. Roseville's police said via Twitter only at about 22:45 that the suspect died in the absence of no current threat to the community. "
Several agencies participated in a bout that began around 1
"This is a very chaotic scene with many criminal scenes in southern Pleasure County, including where the accident occurred and the suspect has entered
For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today . "For an hour and a half, we continued to report new incidents," said Scott to ABC 10. "(The Suspect) was involved in a road accident (I-80) and we were able to deal with it. "
CBS Sacramento reported that incidents began near Lomis and Newcastle, with law enforcement authorities receiving  911 calls for a man in a Dodge pickup that waves a firearm immediately after 19:00. two separate locations between Newcastle and Lomis "and that the K-9 officer was injured during a binge that lasted about 90 minutes. Officials said none of the MPs were injured and told KCRA that the dog was taken to the veterinary clinic and is expected to survive.
The central division of interstate 80 near the intersection of Highway 65.
The Sheriff's Office said in a twittering shortly before 21:00 that "MPs are investigating firing in several places." The highway is closed, the monster said, and residents should avoid the area.
At 11 am closed on highway 65, and officers set up tours for Rocklin Road drivers. At some point on Tuesday night, Caltrans's sensors have seen back-ups of vehicles passing by Sierra College Boulevard