SANTA ROSA, Calif. (BCN) - Sonoma County sheriff's officials Tuesday released a video compilation of an officer-involved shooting of a man who allegedly injured eight people July 4.
Sheriff Mark Essick warns viewers that the video of the shooting in Bodega Bay is graphic and disturbing.
One part shows a woman being hit by a security guard's pickup truck driven by the suspect, 32-year-old Betai Koffi of San Francisco, as the victim walks on the side of Pelican Loop.
Koffi allegedly took LSD before he went on the rampage.
A video from Deputy Jason Pasero's body-worn camera shows Koffi driving the pickup toward a sheriff's vehicle and a California Highway Patrol car.
Pasero shoots through the windshield, striking Koffi three times and ending the rampage.
Pasero and a CHP officer handcuff Koffi and give him aid as they wait for paramedics as Koffi lies on the ground bleeding.
Koffi suffered critical head injuries and remains in a hospital.
The injuries to the woman and two other pedestrians struck by the stolen pickup were not life threatening.
A security guard who was stabbed with a metal stake was released from a hospital.
Koffi also allegedly injured four friends he was staying with in a rented house in Bodega Bay on July 4.
Their injuries were not serious.
Koffi was charged and arraigned in a hospital for attempted murder, assaults with a deadly weapon and a carjacking, all felonies.
The sheriff's office posted the video on its Facebook page Tuesday afternoon.