Ten San Francisco police officers fired approximately 99 rounds at a 19-year-old who was hiding in the trunk of a Honda Civic, allegedly armed with a gun, fatally striking him about 25 times last week in San Francisco's Mission District, police revealed Monday at a town hall meeting.
Police released several different videos of the incident at a town hall meeting Monday night. Some of the videos capture the suspect, Jesus Adolfo Delgado-Duarte, firing a single round from the open trunk just before police returned fire.
Hundreds of Mission residents packed the auditorium of Cesar Chavez Elementary School for the meeting, including the family of Delgado-Duarte, who was shot and killed by officers on March 6 about 11 p.m. near the corner of Capp and 21st streets.
The incident began about a half an hour before that, when two people reported being robbed at gunpoint by the occupants of a black Honda Civic, according to the Police Department.
At least one video shows Delgado-Duarte running from the sidewalk and jumping into the trunk of a black Honda just before a patrol car arrives and pulls the Honda over, followed by several other police cars soon after.