According to a statement released by the Metropolitan Police Department, Troy Bullock, a 28-year-old man from Southeast Washington, DC, was the deceased who was shot and killed by an FBI special agent inside the station at G Street and 11th Street in Northwest.
Bullock is alleged to have been involved in a physical altercation inside the Metro Center Station that turned physical shortly after 8:20 p.m. with an off-duty FBI agent, whose name has not been released. on December 7th, Wednesday. Investigators said that the argument turned physical.
Bullock allegedly shoved the agent backward onto the platform, knocking both of them over and causing them to plummet some eight feet below the level.
The FBI agent hit the ground and fired, hitting Bullock. The District of Columbia’s emergency medical services came to the scene and quickly declared Bullock dead. The FBI agent was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of his “severe but not life-threatening injuries.”
When investigating the shooting that killed Bullock, police claim to have discovered a weapon on him. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has received his body.
The shooting is currently the subject of an investigation by the Metropolitan Police Department.
According to a statement released by the organization, a shooting occurred on December 7 at around 6:39 p.m. at Metro Center. The statement said, “The FBI Washington Field Office is collaborating with MPD to investigate an agent-involved incident.” The FBI agent had some minor wounds, and medical staff are currently evaluating him.
“The attack’s perpetrator has passed away. The FBI takes seriously any shooting that involves FBI agents or anyone from an FBI task force. The FBI’s Inspection Division is presently looking into the shooting event in accordance with FBI rules.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call the investigators at (202) 727-9099, or they can text their information to the department’s text tip line at 50411 to provide them with their information.