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‘Witches are chasing me!’ Ohio businessman shot and killed by cop after he crashed his car, attacked bystanders – Brett Luengo claimed witches wanted to kill him  

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Ohio businessman Brett Luengo, 33, was shot by Sheriff Sgt. Kevin Campbell on Ohio’s Interstate 90, Thursday
The Cuyahoga County, cop shot Luengo after he crashed his car, then tried to attack several people and the officer
Before he was shot, Luengo called 911 Westlake police claiming he was being chased by three witches who wanted to kill him and that he was suicidal
He died Friday from his injuries
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Brett Luengo [photo], was shot and killed by a cop after he crashed his car, then tried to attack several people on May 24 in Westlake, Ohio 

A businessman from Westlake, Ohio was fatally shot by a sheriff’s deputy after attacking several good Samaritans and claiming witches wanted to kill him, according to local reports.

Brett Luengo, 33, was shot and killed by Cuyahoga County Sheriff Sgt. Kevin Campbell after attacking the officer and crashing his car on Interstate 90 Thursday night, Cleveland.com reported.

Video of the encounter showed Luengo getting up from the ground and charging at the officer who used his stun gun before firing once at Luengo’s chest.

Luengo was taken to a local hospital and died from his gunshot wound Friday.
Witnesses told Cleveland.com after Luengo crashed his car, two people pulled over to try to help him.

Instead, he grabbed a woman by the throat and tried to attack a man who hit Luengo with a wrench, causing him to bleed. Luengo also tried to attack a third man.

Brett Luengo claimed witches were chasing him as he attacked people.jpgLuengo claimed witches were chasing him before he was shot dead by a Sheriff’s deputy 

Before his death, Luengo made a bizarre 911 call, claiming he was being chased by three witches who wanted to kill him and that he was suicidal, according dispatch logs.

Luengo’s parents reportedly, told police their son was suicidal or possibly homicidal in the last weeks.
Newly wedded Luengo ran a successful construction management business that oversaw the construction of Crocker Park parking garages.
Prior to the attacks Luengo called Westlake police and made the strange claims to dispatchers, including being gay and that he was going to commit suicide. His parents later told police that Luengo has been suicidal in the past and was possibly homicidal, the report says.

The family released a statement saying Luengo’s behavior was “completely out of character” and that they’re seeking answers.

Cleveland officials defended Campbell’s actions saying he used his stun gun and service weapon appropriately because Luengo ignored his commands.

However, he’s been put on leave amid an investigation,.

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