A U.S. Park Police vehicle. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Suspect shot by U.S. Park Police in SF identified as 28-year-old man

The person shot by U.S. Park Police near Aquatic Park on Tuesday night has been identified as a 28-year-old man, the San Francisco Examiner has learned.

A federal police officer shot Devon Flanagan near the Aquatic Park Pier at around 9:31 p.m., according to a source with knowledge of the investigation. Flanagan was taken to the hospital with injuries considered life-threatening.

The U.S. Park Police said in a statement that the officer who opened fire “is on paid administrative leave and won’t be identified unless charged with a crime.”

The San Francisco Police Department, which is investigating the shooting, said a firearm with an extended magazine was recovered at the scene.

The SFPD also said another man was arrested in the incident. That man has been identified as 21-year-old Robert Francisco Quiroz.

Jail records show Quiroz was booked on suspicion of felony being a convicted occupant with a concealed firearm in a vehicle, two counts of felony possession of a loaded firearm and misdemeanor carrying a large capacity magazine.

Flanagan was booked on suspicion of felony being a convicted occupant with a concealed firearm in a vehicle, felony possession of a loaded firearm, felony possession of a large capacity magazine, felony possession of a firearm by a felon and misdemeanor driving with a suspended or revoked license.

No further information has been released in the shooting.

This story has been updated to include a statement from the U.S. Park Police.

mbarba@sfexaminer.com
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