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Police killed a man in Southern California late last week after he opened fire on a SWAT team dispatched to chase his car down an eastbound freeway, authorities said.
The man, identified as Austin Edwards, 28, was wanted in connection with a triple murder in the nearby town of Riverside and was believed to be armed and dangerous, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
Edwards was accused of murdering 69-year-old Mary Winek, 65-year-old Sharie Winek and 38-year-old Brooke Winek at a home in the La Sierra neighborhood of Riverside that was engulfed in flames when police arrived, CBS Los Angeles reported. Authorities claimed Edwards kidnapped a young girl from the home after she committed the gruesome crime that took the lives of her grandfather, grandmother and mother.
She was not injured during the police pursuit of Edwards and was placed in protective custody, according to CBS Los Angeles.
As the station reported, officials with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office believe Edwards was involved in an online catfishing scheme that targeted the teen. They say he traveled to California from his home in North Chesterfield, Virginia, to track the girl after obtaining her personal information.
"This is yet another terrifying reminder of the online predators preying on our children," Riverside Police Chief Larry Gonzalez said, according to CBS L.A social media, have it again. If not, start it now to better protect them.
Police say they saw Edwards driving a red Kia Soul on Highway 247 last Friday night. Because the vehicle matched a description of the car linked to the triple La Sierra homicide, aviation units from both the Sheriff's Department and the California Highway Patrol followed the Kia from afar until a SWAT team responded nearby was, authorities said.
Austin Edwards, 28, was killed by California police in a car chase on Friday, November 25. / Photo credit: Riverside PD
The SWAT team intercepted Edwards' car as he was driving east on Highway 62, causing the suspect to flee and then shooting officers and hitting the SWAT vehicle multiple times, according to the sheriff's department. The chase ended when Edwards lost control of his vehicle and went off the road, the department said, adding that he was killed by officers when he got out of the Kia Soul and fired again in their direction. He was pronounced dead at the scene, and an autopsy will be performed to officially determine the cause of death.
When Edwards was killed, the teenager had already been rescued by police, the sheriff's department said.
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