Kimberly Foster Obituary News: 34-year-old Oceanside Woman Fatally Shot Dead by Partner in Home Residence in North County
The names of a lady who was fatally shot by her partner and a man who led police on a chase and gunfight before turning the pistol on himself have been made public by the San Diego Police Department.
According to the Oceanside Police Department, on June 22, officers received a call shortly before midnight reporting a family disturbance and gunshots in the 500 block of Fredricks Avenue.
Kimberly Foster, 34, was inside a house when police came and they discovered her suffering from gunshot wounds.
Foster eventually succumbed to her wounds, and authorities soon discovered that the 28-year-old Dorian Larkin with whom she was dating had killed Foster.
Deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office discovered Larkin in a car at I-15 and Winchester Road in Temecula at 2:38 a.m., just a few hours after Foster’s passing, according to SDPD.
Larkin is accused of failing to yield as officials attempted to pull over the car, leading them on a pursuit through Fallbrook before returning to Oceanside.
According to authorities, Larkin’s stop in the parking lot of a strip mall in the 500 block of Vandegrift Boulevard marked the end of the pursuit. Larkin allegedly got out of his car, took out a gun, and started shooting at the police. A
Larkin fired shots that struck at least one police cruiser. According to SDPD, Larkin was shot numerous times with service firearms by an Oceanside officer and a deputy with the Riverside County Sheriff’s office.
Larkin was being pursued by police as he ran through the parking lot, and his body was discovered at the intersection of Gold Drive and Sol Drive.
According to the San Diego County Medical Examiner, Larkin committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
According to the police, Malcolm Cisneros, the OPD officer who retaliated against Larkin, has worked with Oceanside Police for over nine years. He has a canine handler job right now.
Richard Schweitzer, a deputy of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office, has worked there for around two years. He’s been put on patrol right now.
Detectives are still compiling information, speaking with witnesses, and investigating the circumstances leading up to the incident.