This Sunday marks the day my brother was killed by LAPD....Leaving his boys behind! We love u Bigg Dogg! We miss u we always have u in our hearts ur alive in our memories! Never Forget a big heart and unique personality like urs! Last year we did a walk for him to the place where he was killed with the family ..... Hopefully this year we can do the same !!! Alex and Jaiden we here for you! Four fingers up two twisted in the middle we raise them high in the sky ...with tears in our eyes .... and as we look up to our gained Angel! Sergio Alexander Navas, 36 #restinpeace #restinparadise #familystrong #lapdshooting #neverforgotten #818valley #westup #westwest #westside #gainedangelsshouldnotbesoyoung -#keepyourheadup #californialove Sergio Alexander Navas, 36
POSTED MARCH 11, 2015
Sergio Alexander Navas, a 36-year-old Latino, died March 5 after being shot by police in Burbank, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
Navas, of North Hollywood, led police on a chase and, while behind the wheel of a stolen car, was shot by an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department before 2 a.m., police said.
Two LAPD officers were on patrol in a marked SUV and noticed the driver of a gold Mercury Sable with temporary paper license plates driving erratically on Magnolia Boulevard near Riverton Avenue in North Hollywood, police said. Police didn’t learn the car was stolen until later.
The officers attempted to make a traffic stop, but Navas sped away, police said, soon crossing the city boundary into Burbank. After a chase of about six minutes, Navas turned onto National Avenue, a short residential street that ends in a cul-de-sac.
When Navas' car was alongside the police SUV, the officer riding in the SUV's passenger seat fired multiple shots at Navas, police said. After being shot, Navas left the car and attempted to escape, but he was caught and handcuffed on the sidewalk, where he died.a 36-year-old Latino, died March 5 after being shot by police in Burbank, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
Navas, of North Hollywood, led police on a chase and, while behind the wheel