Officer responding to stabbing fatally shoots suspect

Man was found threatening other people while waving a knife.

Associated Press

RENTON — Renton police say an officer shot and killed a man who stabbed another person.

The Seattle Times reported that officers were responding to a report of a stabbing Saturday night in downtown Renton.

KIRO-TV reported that officers found a man threatening other people while waving a knife.

A Renton officer shot and killed the man.

The department has called an independent team to investigate the shooting.

No details were available for the man who was killed or the person who was stabbed.

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