Suspect shot by police in Monterey Park dies from injuries

MONTEREY PARK — A West Covina man who was shot and wounded by police last week has died, authorities said.
Alfred Pete Pouliot, 27, died at a hospital about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Los Angeles County sheriff’s Deputy Lillian Peck said.
He was shot by three Covina police officers who were part of a multi-agency task force that had been seeking Pouliot on suspicion of home-invasion robberies in Pico Rivera and Culver City, a carjacking and attempted carjacking in Covina and burglary in La Palma, Covina police Sgt. David Foster said.
Authorities tracked Pouliot to the Best Western Markland Hotel, 434 Potrero Grande Drive in Monterey Park, May 20.
Police shot Pouliot after he allegedly rammed an unmarked police vehicle with his own car, Foster said, then pointed a gun at officers.
Pouliot’s Girlfriend, Jasmin Santana, 18, of Baldwin Park and mother, Teresa Ward, 58, of Baldwin Park were charged Monday with being accessories to Pouliot, officials said. Santana was also charged with possession of stolen property.
Santana was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail, according to court records. Ward, who was on probation at the time of her arrest, was being held without bail.
Santana and Ward were both scheduled to appear back in Pomona Superior Court June 8.

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  • teresa

    Alf, we still love you no matter what they say you did. You are the best man I ever knew and we will remember you always. You are in our hearts and our prayers for all eternity. Wait for me someday I will be with you again. I love you