Seattle police shot and killed the fugitive suspected of gunning down four officers in a suburban coffee shop, a sheriff's spokesman said Tuesday.
Maurice Clemmons was shot to death after a "very alert patrol officer" tracked down a stolen vehicle linked to him, Ed Troyer, a spokesman for the Pierce County sheriff, told Fox News.
Clemmons, 37, is suspected of murdering the four Lakewood police officers at a cafe Sunday morning in Parkland, a Tacoma suburb about 35 miles south of Seattle.
He was killed in a working-class neighborhood after police found him with the help of information about possible hiding spots, Troyer said.
"Shots were fired," Troyer told "Fox & Friends" Tuesday. "We're very happy that the Seattle police officer is OK. ... This could have turned out a lot worse."
Apparently, being scum runs in the family, too,....
More arrests are coming, Troyer vowed.
"We're also looking at family members who aided and abetted in his escape," he told reporters. "They did everything they could to hamper our investigation. We expect to have six to seven people in custody by day's end."