Who was William Shea McKay? Dangerous suspect who shot and killed Riverside County Deputy Isaiah Cordero


 Who was William Shea McKay? Dangerous suspect who shot and killed Riverside County Deputy Isaiah Cordero

A deputy sheriff for Riverside County was shot and killed in Jurupa Valley on Thursday afternoon, according to the sheriff’s office. After a motorway chase and gunfight, a suspect was ultimately shot and killed by police. Learn more about the suspect Who was William Shea McKay in detail.


Deputy Isaiah Cordero Murder Case: Explained

Isaiah Cordero, a 32-year-old deputy who joined the organization in 2014, was named by the department. During a traffic check in Jurupa Valley’s 3900 block of Golden West Avenue, he was fatally shot.

William Shae McKay, 44, was stopped by Cordero just before 2:00 p.m., said Sheriff Chad Bianco during a press conference on Thursday evening.

Deputy Cordero was shot by the suspect as he got close to the car, according to Bianco. “A resident who saw the shooting dialed 911. Our department and a few allied organizations responded right away.” Bianco reported that once McKay was located in San Bernardino County, police pursued him on Interstate 15 and State Route 60.

According to Bianco, McKay’s truck’s axle eventually failed and damaged his back tires, throwing the vehicle off the 15 in a lateral motion. Also, Bianco said, “the suspect fired shots at the deputies.” Deputies then opened fire on the suspect, killing him.

Cordero had previously been brought to Riverside Community Hospital and was later declared dead. He is survived by his parents, stepbrother, girlfriend, as well as other friends and family, according to Bianco.

Who was William Shea McKay?

Who was William Shea McKay?

Past Criminal History

William Shae McKay, 44, was named as the shooter by officials during a press conference on Thursday evening. His last known address was in the county of San Bernardino. McKay was accused of kidnapping, robbery, and several attacks, including stabbing a California Highway Patrol K-9. He also had an “extensive criminal history” and a “violent past.”

Unknown numbers of hits were made to Cordero, and McKay drove away from the scene in a pickup truck. The officer was taken to the hospital, where he was subsequently pronounced dead, by paramedics after neighbors called 911 and provided first aid until they arrived.

Following the incident, a huge manhunt that covered both Riverside and San Bernardino counties was launched. Upon identifying McKay as the suspect, officials sent a widespread alert to surrounding law enforcement organizations.

Officers ultimately identified him, and hundreds of police cars chased after his dark-colored pickup truck—possibly a Chevrolet Silverado—driving south on the 15 Freeway. Just below an overpass on the interstate, in Norco, the high-speed pursuit came to an end.

Suspect Shot dead

Sheriff of Riverside County Chad Bianco claimed that McKay fired at law police, who then fired back. After being shot, the suspect passed away on the spot.

Multiple police enforcement cars could be seen encircling the pickup in a video from Sky5 after it crashed onto the motorway shoulder and became immobilized. The windscreen of the car had bullet holes in it. The chase ended at Limonite Avenue, which was blocking off all southbound traffic on the 15 Freeway. For an unknown period, the far left lanes on the northbound side of the motorway were also blocked. Those road closures were still in force as of 8:15 p.m.

At Riverside Community Hospital, law enforcement officers from several agencies came to participate in a procession for the deceased deputy, whose body was being taken to the county coroner’s office. The Sheriff’s Department’s union, the Riverside Sheriff’s Association, was the first to identify the deceased deputy as Isaiah Cordero.

The union stated in a release that “Deputy Cordero made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty today – a debt that can never be repaid.” On social media, Jurupa Valley Mayor Chris Barajas expressed his condolences to “[Cordero’s] family and our entire law enforcement community.”

McKay’s 1990s-era criminal record

According to Bianco, McKay had a 1990s-era criminal record that included kidnapping, robbery, and numerous attacks with dangerous weapons.

The judicial system ought to have prevented this tragic catastrophe, according to Bianco. “McKay has a long history of violence and was found guilty of his third strike in November 2021,” says the report.

The sheriff claimed the incident constituted both kidnapping and lethal weapon assault. “The judge lowered his bail, allowing him to be released, instead of passing the proper sentence of 25 years to life,” Bianco claimed. The judge’s name was withheld by the sheriff.

McKay was detained once more for missing his sentencing “and other criminal charges,” according to Bianco, but the judge released him. According to a Times analysis of San Bernardino County court records, McKay was found guilty of receiving stolen property, eluding a peace officer, making criminal threats that were likely to result in death or serious bodily harm, and false imprisonment on November 8, 2021.

Zip ties, duct tape, an axe, and gang paraphernalia were among the items used as evidence, according to a court document. McKay was found not guilty of kidnapping and kidnapping with intent to conduct robbery or rape in that case.

In addition, it was discovered that he had a long history of significant felonies. According to the documents, McKay’s attorneys attempted to have one of his earlier strikes overturned after his conviction.

After a motion for a new trial was filed, Judge Cara D. Hutson postponed sentencing at least twice. On October 22, a different judge presided over a custody status hearing without McKay.


Who is Jesse Navarro? Suspect who shot and killed Deputy Darnell Calhoun, Riverside County deputy’s murderer is in custody

How did Changu Chilwesa die? Radio personality cause of death explained

Plastic surgery failure: What happened to Sucretta Tolliver? A Chicago mother dies from internal bleeding

Follow us on Twitter for more updates.


52 thoughts on “Who was William Shea McKay? Dangerous suspect who shot and killed Riverside County Deputy Isaiah Cordero”

    • As I read the comments all I see is felonies. Terrorist threats. In Isaiah chapter 6 it say do what the Lord wills even if the challenge is great. To act as the ones you condemn is the same as admitting to being the same person in mind. The only one to blame is The Devil. Not Sir Lucifer The Great but the Devil and he or she knows who they are. Anybody can be a Devil but only Sir Lucifer The Great is an Angel. The devil is of flesh and says they know God’s word but act as cowards and money hungry idiots in positions of power.

      • That’s whack! Forget all your lunacy trying to decipher the bible. Some people are just evil and deserve to be put to death so that law abiding citizens don’t have to cross their path. You go ahead and forgive and let them kill others I prefer to eliminate murderers.

      • Yes who are the children of Lucifer it’s those your church taught you to worship. The same way my church did. I can still be a Christian and turn away from gay Zionist church doctrine. Once you do it’s the fifth gospel. Also who is making threats, nobody is just people tired of this shit.

    • But human rights though. Just kidding I agree with you. People talk about Brazil like some kind of equivalence to our state of being here. I always say at least in Brazil they still try, same with other countries thrown around as some kind of cope. We have the worst of it here, all the violence and certain issues but no reprisal. You answer violence with violence and truth not lies and denial.

  1. Just another bitch ass punk who thinks he’s tough looking like a thug. Just a wanna be dead bitch now. Nice tattoos and hat fuckn’ little bitch ass.

  2. Libtards will put this guy right up next to the faggots on a pedestal. Then print it in children books and talk about how misunderstood he was.

  3. Remember St. Floyd’s death started all this and in some ways I feel for the police because they still believe in society and service to others. Being a part of something good, something bigger than ones self. On the other hand I feel like the cops are complicit in this shameful effect of these scum politicians who want to allow a certain segment of society, the lowest common denominator and as we see by their live-streaming of their crimes and their lack of empathy and disposition to violence there can be no reconciliation with them.

    The main aspect is the small cabal of international rootless elite who accentuate and cultivate their hate by feeding them lies and twisted historical truth using them as a weapon to attack society with the goal of achieving a consolidation of their power as the malevolent force universally.

    • Because he was a piece of shit that took the life of an officer who was doing his job to protect the community. You fucking libral idiots…

    • “Why did the police kill him”….ummmm, just on a whim here, but just “possibly” because the evil trash murdered a police officer AND shot at the police during a pursuit. Gee, Mary, my reasoning may be off just a bit on this one. Additionally, I don’t think that the police “must ‘still’ serve and protect” those who murder police officers – nor aim guns at them. I have a funny little feeling that their “serve and protect” might end there. P.S. Mary, Are you a Troll? I ask because no one in their right mind thinks along these lines.

  4. RIP Shae you will be missed 🩷 but if the system wouldn’t have failed, the officer and you would be alive. Condolences to the officers family but it’s the law that messed up and should have kept my friend in jail and not let him out. I blame the law for killing both of them because this would have never happened if they would ha kepted you behind bars, but you did say you would leave this world in a bang and you did.

    • Shae is absolutely burning in hell now. His Father Tony Lopez of Rancho Cucamonga produced 3 LOSER CHILDREN: A COKE ADDICT SON, A WHORE DAUGHTER, AND NOW A COP KILLER.

  5. Thats what piggs get tryna fuq with criminals, stay outt of our way and we stay outta yours, u wanna be a heroe than go to War!! U know what u signed up for,, nobody gives a fuq about the people that geg killed by these piggs!! And they crying over one fkn officer!!! Its criminals vs cops!! All day u wanna be a Puerco than get ready to deal with this shit stop crying!!! Mann tf up, at the end of the day sherrifs are a gang that try to abuse power and end lives of criminals by giving them life in Prison!! Had this foo shot a regular person they would have never hunted him down like they did, thus proving these piggs are a gang and look after one another!! Fuckem!! Mckay went out like a fkn Heroe in my eyes

  6. Real Criminals only terrorize other criminals, they dont fuq with children or innocent people! They dont steal from another working mann, only big corporations or industries or Givernment!!! Thats a real criminal!! So let them be and stay out of there way, wanna be a hero then be prepared to pay with ur life

    • Sir 3……Your a fucking dumbass if I’ve ever heard one. Wow I’m so glad I don’t live in a big city near scum like you! Unfortunately the worlds problem is stupidity like you! Some people shouldn’t have kids so people like you aren’t born. You have major problems dude! Consider driving off a cliff please!

  7. They have been getting released and killing women, children, the elderly and now they are killing officers who try to protect everyone. What a shame.
    I think people are tired of criminals getting passes to continue to harm law abiding citizens. We have reached an all time low when criminals are rewarded as if they are war heroes.
    Who are the parents of these monsters???

  8. The photo of the suspect in the article was darkened to make him appear non-white. The guy was caucasian, but the photo appears deliberately darkened. Some of the commentors seem to think he’s non-white.

  9. This scumbag had a 1% tattoo’d on his abdominal region. I wonder if he was in an outlaw motorcycle club, or pretending to be in one.


Leave a Comment