Tyler Honeycutt dies following gunfire exchange with police

Armed, barricaded suspect may be former NBA, UCLA basketball star: report

Person Dead After Police Exchanged Gunfire With Suspect at Sherman Oaks Home: LAPD

Overnight, Los Angeles Police Department SWAT officers went into the home and discovered the man's body, police said in a tweet shortly before 4 a.m. No officers were injured and it's unknown if the suspect was struck.

According to LAPD, a male suspect in his 20s, later identified as Honeycutt, was involved in an "Officer-involved shooting" at Riverside Drive and Tyrone Avenue in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Police reported to Honeycutt's residence at 5 p.m. local on Friday after Honeycutt's mother called, saying her son was acting erratically. Im said the officers at the scene fired back.

Police have not yet determined if the suspect died from the earlier exchange of gunfire, as they believed he was still alive throughout the standoff and were unsure if the suspect had been shot during altercation.

UCLA forward Tyler Honeycutt plays against Oregon State in the first half Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, at Pauley Pavilion in Westwood.

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The man and woman are now critically ill in England's Salisbury District Hospital, where the Skripals were previously treated.

The LAPD responded to a call Friday night about a man with a gun outside of a residence and, upon arrival, the suspect shot at them, said LAPD spokesperson Tony Im. He played basketball for the UCLA Bruins from 2009-2011. In 2014, Honeycutt joined Khimki, a Russian professional team, on a two-year contract.

He had been playing overseas since 2013. He played just 24 games in the National Basketball Association across two seasons in Sacramento before he was traded in February 2013 to the Houston Rockets, who waived him a month later.

The site has since removed Honeycutt's name from the report.

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