Robbery Suspect Shot Dead by Victim in Glendale – Man Identified as Edward Mazon

GLENDALE, Calif. – A 37-year-old man identified as Edward Mazon was fatally shot in an attempted robbery in Glendale, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner’s office. The incident occurred on the 200 block of East Dryden Street late Sunday night, where police found Mazon with a gunshot wound.

Upon arriving at the scene, authorities discovered that Mazon, armed with a loaded weapon, had approached two individuals in a white SUV with intentions of robbing them. The driver of the SUV reportedly shot Mazon in self-defense before fleeing the scene.

The shooter and their passenger quickly left in their white SUV before law enforcement could arrive. Glendale Police Department is actively searching for these individuals as part of their ongoing investigation.

Those with information on the incident are urged to contact the Glendale Police Robbery/Homicide detectives at 818-548-3987 or the police department at (818) 549-4911 for assistance.

The fatal shooting serves as a reminder of the dangers associated with attempted robberies and the potentially lethal outcomes that can result. It underscores the importance of reporting any suspicious activity to the authorities promptly.