Witnesses told police the suspects took off in an early 2000s model Ford Expedition, which officers say is the vehicle shown in the body camera video.
About two hours later, police said they saw a vehicle matching the description of the one the suspects were driving, Las Vegas police Capt. Yasenia Yatomi said. During the high-speed chase, the two men fire at police several times, and Officer Umana fires back, blasting a holes in his car's windshield.
Police said the suspects fired 34 shots at officers before the SUV crashed into an elementary school.
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The suspects were later identified as Fidel Miranda, 23, and Rene Nunez, 30. When detectives attempted to stop the vehicle, police say the driver fled at a high rate of speed and officers gave chase. The victim of that shooting later died at a hospital.
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The two men are filmed recklessly weaving through oncoming traffic in a stolen SUV, firing shots at officers following in hot pursuit. "Miranda was declared deceased by medical personnel on scene".
"The officer could have backed off, but he didn't", Kelly said.
"In my opinion, they show a level of bravery, professionalism, heroics, that we come to expect of our officers".
Nunez and Miranda both have a lengthy criminal past.
The charges Nunez faces include open murder with a deadly weapon, assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm from a moving vehicle, and prohibited person with a firearm, KLAS reports. Both officers are on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the shooting investigation.