Andrew Hall Wiki – Andrew Hall Biography
Andrew Hall is a Danville Police Officer and former Contra Costa County Sheriff’s deputy who has committed two murders, in 2018 and another last month. He has been charged in the 2018 shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda and is facing a civil lawsuit in the shooting death of Tyrell Wilson last month.
Hall is charged with involuntary manslaughter and assault in the death of Arbodela, according to ABC 7 News. The news outlet reported that Hall fired nine shots at Arboleda as the 33-year-old Newark man drove past the officer. At the time, Hall was a sheriff’s deputy assigned to the Danville area. Arboleda was taken to the hospital, where he died from his injuries. If convicted in the slaying, Hall could face up to 22 years in prison and be prevented from future work in law enforcement, ABC 7 reported.
Andrew Hall Age
Andrew Hall’s age is unknown.
Cause of Death
According to NBC Bay AreaHall shot and killed 32-year-old Tyrell Wilson during a confrontation at the southwest corner of the Sycamore Valley Road overpass of Interstate Highway 680.
Deputies were dispatched to the area after receiving a 911 call for someone throwing rocks from the overpass onto Interstate 680. The sheriff’s office said Hall made contact with Wilson, who matched the description the 911 caller gave of the person throwing rocks.
The Contra County Sheriff’s Office released four videos of the shooting. One video was taken by Hall’s bodycam, another was taken from a bystander’s vehicle, and the two other videos were taken by stationary city surveillance cameras.
The video shows Wilson walking through the intersection and Hall telling Wilson to stop and talk to him. Wilson says “no” before stopping and asking Hall who he is. Wilson tells Hall not to touch him, and the officer shouts at him twice to “drop the knife” while drawing his gun and pointing it at Hall.
“Kill me,” Wilson says before Hall fires the gun, and Wilson drops to the pavement.
With a shaky voice, Hall says “shots fired” on his radio. Early in the encounter, he had called for backup. “Suspect down,” Hall says, and calls for medical aid for Wilson.
“Why’d you shoot him, man?” a bystander shouts in the background. “Hey! Why’d you shoot him?”
Charges & Arrested
Hall is charged with involuntary manslaughter and assault in the death of Arbodela, according to ABC 7 News. The news outlet reported that Hall fired nine shots at Arboleda as the 33-year-old Newark man drove past the officer.
If convicted in the slaying, Hall could face up to 22 years in prison and be prevented from future work in law enforcement, ABC 7 reported.
Hall has not been charged in Wilson’s death, and the shooting remains under investigation.
Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton announced the charges against Hall in a press conference Wednesday, April 21, 2021, following a two-year investigation. Both charges Hall faces are felonies. NBC reported more pressure was placed on Becton’s office to take action in the case after Hall fatally shot Wilson March 11.
Law enforcement conducted an internal investigation into the shooting death of Arboleda, and determined the officer was not at fault in the shooting, according to NBC Bay Area. The news outlet reported Arboleda was attempting to drive his vehicle between two police vehicles when Hall shot him nine times during a “slow-speed police chase.”
Hall was permitted to return to duty following the internal investigation by the sheriff’s office. That investigation determined Arboleda was attempting to run over Hall, according to KTVU.