Charlie Foster Obituary, Death –Early in the morning of July 9, law enforcement officers fatally shot a man, later determined to be recent Summit County high school graduate Charlie Foster by a member of his family. According to Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons, there were multiple calls involving the deceased man during the course of the previous night. According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting took place at approximately 7:20 a.m. as deputies and local police officers were responding to a call about a disturbance.
According to a press release, the individual “failed repeatedly to comply with verbal commands given to him, pointed a handgun at a deputy and officer, and was subsequently shot. Monica Vasquez, a resident of Summit County, has identified the victim as her nephew, who is 18 years old, and she stated that he was carrying a BB gun. Instead of confirming that particular fact, law enforcement officials have referred to the weapon as a “handgun.” “I watched the whole thing from my door,” Vasquez recalled. “I live right next to it.” They were trying to dissuade him from doing it. He suffers from a mental disorder.
They opened fire on him all of a sudden. A number of people living in Summit County were made aware of the issue shortly before 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, when they received back-to-back emergency notifications on their phones instructing them to shelter in place. According to a news release issued by the Sheriff’s Office, the incident that resulted in the shooting occurred when law enforcement personnel responded to a report of “an armed individual wandering in the neighborhood waving a firearm and banging on residents’ doors. It has been confirmed by the Sheriff’s Office that a deputy from the Sheriff’s Office as well as an officer from the Dillon Police Department fired shots at the same individual, who was later pronounced deceased at the scene. The identify of the victim has not been established by law enforcement officials as of yet.