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UPDATE: Henderson police release 911 call, body camera footage of shooting involving department

Officers say woman killed stabbed her son
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Posted at 3:30 PM, Oct 21, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-08 02:19:35-05

UPDATE NOV. 7: Henderson Police Department released the 911 calls and body camera footage from the deadly Oct. 21 shooting involving an officer.

Police responded to the incident after the 911 call disconnected. During the call you can hear a young child in distress.

"My mother is trying to kill me," the child can be heard saying.

Police say a mother stabbed her young son 25 times. The video shows a struggle with an officer preceded the shooting.

Watch the video from Henderson Police Department below.

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After the shooting, the woman was transported to UMC where she died. The boy was transported to UMC and survived.

No officers were injured and the two officers involved remain on administrative leave.

Police say this investigation remains active. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 702- 267-4911, 3-1-1, or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

UPDATE OCT. 23.: The mother killed by police after officers say she stabbed her son has a lengthy criminal history.

Claudia Rodriguez was arrested four times since 2015 for battery stemming from domestic violence. In one case, she was convicted. Two other cases were dismissed and another one is pending.

The officers involved in the Oct. 21 officer-involved shooting have been identified as Officer Edward Little and Officer Patrick McCarrick.

Officer Little has been employed with the Henderson Police Department since March 2008 and is currently assigned to the Field Operations Bureau.

Officer McCarrick has been employed with the Henderson Police Department since Jan. 2016 and is currently assigned to the Field Operations Bureau.

Both officers have been placed on paid administrative leave.

UPDATE OCT. 22: The Clark County coroner has identified the mother killed by Henderson police as 37-year-old Claudia Nadia Rodriguez of Henderson. Cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head. Her death was ruled a homicide.

The name of the officer involved has not been released at this time. There is no new information about the child.

UPDATE 6:35 P.M.: A mother in Henderson is dead after a shooting involving a police officer, according to authorities.

Henderson Police Department says officers responding to a domestic violence call on Monday found a woman and 7-year-old boy with stab wounds on the scene. Police described the woman, later identified as his mother, as "agitated."

There was a struggle in the moments leading up to the shooting.

The boy was transported to UMC Trauma Center and is expected to recover. The boy's mother was transported to Sunrise Hospital in critical condition, where she later died.

No officers were injured during this incident.

Anyone with information in this case is asked to call the Henderson Police Department at 702- 267-4911, 3-1-1, or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

HENDERSON (KTNV) -- Henderson police are investigating a deadly shooting that involved officers Monday afternoon.

Authorities were called to the 10700 block of South Eastern Avenue, near Horizon Ridge Parkway, just after 12:15 p.m. with an emergency disconnect, according to police.

Officers said an adult and a juvenile were at the location and involved in a violent domestic situation.

The Henderson Police Department said the adult was killed as a result of an officer shooting, and the juvenile, who originally called 911, was transported to the hospital to undergo surgery for multiple stab wounds.

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Lt. Kirk Moore, with HPD, said this was preliminary information from the scene, and updates will follow as the incident remains under investigation.

Monday's shooting involving officers was the fourth such incident in Henderson so far this year.

MAP: Shootings involving Las Vegas valley police officers | 2019

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