Police said a Michigan man was stabbed because he did not wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic that occurred in the early hours of Tuesday, stabbed another customer, and was shot by the sheriff’s adjutant.
Sean Ernest Ruis, 43, walked out of Lansing, a premium dairy factory in Windsor, about 6:45 a.m., 100 miles west of Detroit.
Michigan State Police said in a statement that a 77-year-old customer asked him to cover his face. Ruth refused to wear a mask, so the store asked him to leave. The authorities said he then stabbed the customer who asked him to wear a mask.
An official said that the representative of the Eaton County Sheriff pulled Rice on a residential street in the neighboring Delta Township at 7:1
The State Police issued a statement saying: “The suspect immediately got out of the car and walked to the deputy with a knife in his hand.” “The agent tried to extend the distance by backing up, and then shot and wounded the suspect. The suspect was sent Go to the local hospital and die during the operation.”
The state police released a graphic video of the fatal confrontation, which seems to show a man is approaching his deputy. Agents can be heard screaming “Put down the knife!” and “Put down the weapon!” several times in the camera.
The video showed that when the man kept approaching her, the deputy retrospective shot.
Ruiz lives in a large closet nearby, and the Eaton County Public Security Department did not immediately determine her representative, although the state police called her a 22 1/2-year veteran of the force.
She was not injured in the confrontation.
The man was stabbed in the store and was taken to a local hospital, expected to survive.
In view of the continuing pandemic, Tuesday is the second day of state order, so any indoor public places or outdoor places in Michigan where proper social activities are not possible must use face masks.
This is a developing story, please check for updates.