CSU grad student shot and killed by campus police

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A Calif. State University grad student at San Bernardino was shot and killed by campus police Dec. 8, news sources report.

On the evening of Dec. 8 campus police responded to a disturbance call at a dormitory across the street from the school. The subject, a 38-year-old male, was in the hallway of his dorm when contact he made contact with campus police. "The altercation became physical and the subject became violent," San Bernardino City Police Lt. Paul Williams said. "Sometime during that, that officers feared for their safety. They discharged a weapon, striking the subject," The Examiner reports.

The student was identified as Bartholomew Williams, who was in the common area around the University Village dorm in the 1500 block area of West Northpark Boulevard. Williams was shot in the torso and declared dead at the scene. An officer was taken to an area hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries from the altercation, NBC 4 Southern California News reports.

The San Bernardino Police department is investigating the instances leading to the shooting, Fox News reports.

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