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Widows Recount Day CMPD Officers Were Shot

September 07, 2010  | 

The widows of two Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police officers slain in 2007 recounted the day they learned their husbands were shot, the Charlotte Observer reports.

Sherry Clark and Jennifer Shelton recalled the day the learned their husbands Sean Clark and Jeff Shelton were fatally shot. Jennifer Shelton recounted visiting Jeff at the hospital to "tell him goodbye."

Meanwhile suspect Demeatrius Montgomery was drinking and listening to rap music as he prepared for a plan that ended with the shooting of the officers, prosecutors said.

Read the full story at CharlotteObserver.com.


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scpdblue @ 9/30/2010 5:24 PM

I understand the pain that the family of those officers are feeling. I lost my LE partner to a scumbag like Montgomery on 14 May 2007,he was shot and killed during a traffic stop.He was not only my LE partner he was also my father-in-law.http://www.odmp.org/officer/18894-state-constable-robert-lee-bailey. The scumbag in our case also got life without parole.

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