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Deputy Uses TASER to Subdue Knife-Wielding Michigan Woman

October 24, 2008  | 

A former Milford High School student could face charges after she held a knife to a teacher's throat before asking deputies to shoot her, according to a press release sent today by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.

A deputy from the Oakland County Sheriff's Office used his TASER ECD to safely prevent the former student from taking her own life.

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DirtyD @ 10/25/2008 8:25 AM

If this would have happened in Macomb County we would have had to shoot her with our 40's because we are not allowed to carry tazers. The bosses say it is a money issue; however when asked to purchase our own, we were denied.

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