Police say a black man shot several times by officers in a San Diego suburb has died. El Cajon police released a statement late Tuesday night several hours after the shooting saying the man had been declared dead after he was taken to a hospital. Police Chief Jeff Davis said at a news conference
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El Cajon police said Tuesday evening that officers shot and killed an African American man earlier in the day after he raised both hands clasping an object in a manner that looked as if he was holding a gun. “The subject has passed away as a result of his injuries,” El Cajon police said in a statement.