Following the event, 37-year-old Reuel Rodriguez Nunez was carried to the hospital, but he could not recover from his injuries and passed away there.
During the tumultuous event that took place on May 7 in Raleigh, during which a deceased suspect threw feces and Molotov cocktails at police officers and vehicles, police officers fired a total of 30 rounds, according to a preliminary evaluation that was released on Friday.
Following the event, 37-year-old Reuel Rodriguez-Nunez was sent to the hospital, but he could not recover from his injuries and passed away there.
According to the investigators, Rodriguez-Nunez drove into the parking lot of the Raleigh Police Department (RPD) at around one o’clock in the afternoon on May 7 and then proceeded to throw feces and urine at the front entrance of the station. Molotov cocktails were thrown at two police vehicles by him in an attempt to put out the fire.
According to the findings of the preliminary inquiry, Rodriguez-Nunez sat in the back of his van with the door to the rear open as he distributed cups containing booze across the parking lot while he did so.