Fla. Man Shot After Trying To Run Down Officers
March 13, 2013
Screenshot via NBC South Florida.
A Miami-Dade Police officer shot and killed a man who jumped into a cruiser and tried to run down officers in the Hammocks in southwest Miami-Dade late Tuesday, reports NBC South Florida.
The incident happened shortly after officers responded to a call of a suspicious person looking into a vehicle in the area of 77th Street and Southwest 162nd Avenue.
Officers arrived and found a man who refused to give him name or other information. A struggle ensued when officers tried to handcuff the man, who broke free and jumped into the cruiser.
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Bob@Az. @ 3/25/2013 6:30 PM
Once again: TAKE THE KEYS WITH YOU. It's funny how some things taught in the academy just don't stay with you, until you gotta call your Sgt or LT and explain where your squad went without you. Blues, Stay Safe.
Unk @ 6/5/2013 6:06 PM
Easy to Monday night quarterback when your not their
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