AutoZone robbery suspect taken down by police

Officers issued verbal commands at gunpoint for Steven Aguirre to put his hands up, turn around and get on his knees, authorities said.
1:04 | 03/20/19

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to the newly released body cam video of a place takedown in las Vegas. The video shows the moment he went for his gun, they say. And we warn you tonight, the video is disturbing. Here's ABC's gio Benitez. Let me see your hands! Reporter: Las Vegas police responding to a call about an armed robbery. Police say the suspect had just broken into a boys and girls police confronting him, then ordering him to the ground. Turn around, turn around. Put your hands up. Get on your knees. Reporter: Second later, the suspect drops his arms, as police open fire. The officer saw a firearm and told Aguirre specifically not to touch it. He attempted to stand up and began pulling his firearm out of the holster. Reporter: That suspect survived, and is in stable condition tonight. And David, Aguirre is charged with armed robbery, burglary and resisting arrest. Police now believe T gun belonged to his grandfather, a retired police officer. David? Gio, thank you.

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