Police say the officer died after a vehicle hit him during a pursuit in Taylorsville in the early morning hours.
A West Valley City police officer has died after he was struck by a vehicle during a chase and three people are in custody. According to investigators, the incident began when officers saw three people steal a auto.
The three suspects are in custody after their auto left the roadway a short distance away and came to rest.
Brotherson has been with a police officer with West Valley City since 2014. She asked people who encounter police officers to "give them the support and the respect that they deserve".
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The officer, whose name has not been released, died at the scene. Police are not saying if the officer was hit on objective as they are still questioning all those involved. He is survived by a fiance, his parents and two brothers.
Authorities say the incident began around 3:30 a.m. Sunday when police were pursuing the vehicle. She did not release information about the suspects or what they were wanted for prior to the pursuit. The officer saw three people heading toward the Boulder Pines Apartment Complex at 1535 W. 4040 South. "They are being questioned to determine their level of involvement in the incident". Their identities were not released.
Melissa Kennedy told the Salt Lake Tribune (http://bit.ly/2fJ8ddf) Sunday that everyone she holds responsible for her daughter's 2012 death is no longer employed by the department.