Head Of Las Vegas Motorsports Business Involved In Shooting
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas motorsports company identified its president as the man who fatally shot a suspected carjacker, an act authorities say was in self-defense.
Baldwin Motorsports issued a statement Monday that police are calling the shooting justifiable homicide.
Police say BJ Baldwin and his girlfriend were eating dinner in their car around 2 a.m. Wednesday when two men approached them. According to the company, one fired toward the girlfriend and then toward Baldwin. Baldwin returned fire, striking him.
The second man then ran away. The couple fled and Baldwin called 911, responding officers pronounced the suspect dead at the scene.
Neither Baldwin nor his girlfriend were injured.