A shooting involving a San Diego County sheriff’s deputy was reported in the Bankers Hill Friday.
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – Multiple agencies responded to a shooting in Park West near Downtown involving a San Diego County Sheriff’s Court Services deputy Friday morning.
The shooting was reported at 7:53 a.m. in the 2000 block of 2nd Avenue between Grape and Hawthorne streets, a San Diego police officer said. No deputies were injured in the incident, according to the SDSO. No information was immediately available regarding possible suspect injuries.
The shooting involved a deputy from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department’s Court Services Bureau, the officer said. The sheriff’s court services unit is responsible for providing court security at San Diego Superior Courts, but deputies in the bureau’s civil division also are responsible for “restraining orders, evictions, wage garnishments, bank levies, summons, claims, real and personal property levies and sales,” according to the sheriff’s department’s website.