Body-cam footage released by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shows an intense pursuit seen from the front seat of a Metro patrol auto.
Police say the suspect fled the area in a vehicle being driven by another man.
A murder suspect is dead and another wounded is in custody following a fatal shooting and subsequent gun battle with police in downtown Las Vegas on July 11, 2018.
One suspect then was fatally shot by police after he tried to flee on foot.
"It is not common to shoot at moving vehicles especially through the windshield, however, under these circumstances, he had to stop them or somebody was going to get killed", he said. However, Gleason - who has been a trainer in law enforcement for 25 years - said this situation posed a real threat to officers.
Nunez was taken to the hospital and has been booked for murder and attempted murder of a police officer. Body camera video was released by police on Monday showing one of their own fire his weapon through the windshield.
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Kelly said officers returned fire a total of 32 times. The chase had the officer driving on the wrong side of the road to avoid bullets, as other units joined the pursuit.
The suspects eventually crashed their SUV into the side of a building.
For roughly four minutes, Officer William Umana was trying to stop a pair of suspected killers: Fidel Miranda and Rene Nunez. "Miranda was declared deceased by medical personnel on scene".
Nunez now faces multiple charges, including murder.
Nunez is accused of stealing the SUV on May 20 in North Las Vegas, Kelly told the Review-Journal, adding that one of the guns Nunez used during the chase had been reported stolen May 20.