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‘Hundreds of rounds were being fired,’ Redlands police reflect on shootout following San Bernardino terror attack

By in Press Enterprise on December 2, 2017

By Sandra Emerson

For four Redlands police officers, events here and in San Bernardino on Dec. 2, 2015, remain an example of the importance of cooperation between law enforcement agencies.

The past two years have brought some changes for the officers, some of whom have been recognized for their heroic response to the terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, but the teamwork exhibited among the multiple agencies that responded that day remains clear.

  • Redlands Police Officer Nicolas Koahou. (Photo by Frank Perez)

  • Redlands Police Sergeant Andy Capps (retired). (Photo by Frank Perez)

    Redlands Police Sergeant Andy Capps (retired). (Photo by Frank Perez)

  • Redlands Police Officer Matt Knudsen. (Photo by Frank Perez)

    Redlands Police Officer Matt Knudsen. (Photo by Frank Perez)

  • Redlands Police Officer Joseph Aguilar. (Photo by Frank Perez)

    Redlands Police Officer Joseph Aguilar. (Photo by Frank Perez)

  • (left to right) Sgt Andy Capps (retired), Officer Joseph Aguilar, Officer Matt Knudsen, and Officer Nicolas Koahou, of the Redlands Police Department. Friday, November 17, 2017. (Photos by Frank Perez)

    (left to right) Sgt Andy Capps (retired), Officer Joseph Aguilar, Officer Matt Knudsen, and Officer Nicolas Koahou, of the Redlands Police Department. Friday, November 17, 2017. (Photos by Frank Perez)

  • Redlands Police Officer Nicolas Koahou. (Photo by Frank Perez)

    Redlands Police Officer Nicolas Koahou. (Photo by Frank Perez)

  • Redlands Police Sergeant Andy Capps (retired). (Photo by Frank Perez)

    Redlands Police Sergeant Andy Capps (retired). (Photo by Frank Perez)

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