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2 Fla. Cops Injured by Man Firing AK-47s

November 21, 2011  | 

Two St. Cloud (Fla.) Police officers were injured when an 18-year-old man, who had been firing rounds at the home of a neighbor, turned a pair of AK-47 rifles at their cruiser.

Just before 2 a.m. today, neighbors reported hearing shots that investigators believe came from David Alyn Penney, who eventually fired more than 100 rounds at a neighbor's home and at the officers' cruiser, reports the Palm Beach Post.

Officers Spencer Endsley and Clinton Wise were struck as they drove up to the scene. Penney then turned one of the guns on himself. He is expected to survive.

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Morning Eagle @ 11/22/2011 11:43 AM

Too bad this POS will probably survive since our broken criminal "justice" system will let him back out on the streets in a few years at most. Who knows how many he will be able to take out next time?

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