Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Pomona Officer Due in Court Tuesday

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A man suspected of shooting two Pomona police officers, one fatally, is scheduled to appear in a Pomona courthouse Tuesday morning, records show.

L.A. County sheriff's deputies escort Isaias De Jesus Valencia, suspected of fatally shooting a Pomona police officer, to a waiting car on Saturday. (Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

L.A. County sheriff's deputies escort Isaias De Jesus Valencia, suspected of fatally shooting a Pomona police officer, to a waiting car on Saturday. (Credit: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Isaias De Jesus Valencia was arrested after a 15-hour standoff that began with a pursuit late Friday.

Police received a call about a reckless driver, and when the suspect refused to stop, he led police on a chase that ended when he crashed into a parked car. The man then ran into an apartment building, where he fired at officers from behind a door of a unit, police said.

He was booked on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, and is being held without bail, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department jail records.

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