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Fla. Officer Killed, Suspects Found Dead Nearby

March 24, 2014  | 

Officer Robert German (Photo: Windermere (Fla.) PD)
Officer Robert German (Photo: Windermere (Fla.) PD)

A Windermere, Fla., police officer was shot and killed Saturday morning apparently by a suicidal teen.

Officer Ron German, 31, was responding to a suspicious persons report when he was attacked.

Four Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies, an Orlando officer, and an Ocoee officer responded to the call.

They found German shot and down. Then they heard more gunfire.

The two teenagers—Brandon Goode, 18, and Alexandria Hollinghurst, 17—were found dead nearby, WFTV TV reports.

Authorities believe one of the teens shot German and then both committed suicide.


Comments (6)

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Robert Black @ 3/24/2014 3:55 PM

Rip brother

Deputy JJ Goliday @ 3/24/2014 4:57 PM

I will never understand why people have to kill an officer before killing themselves. If they are hell bent on committing suicide, then just DO IT!!! Don't take one of us out to provide the initiative. RIP Officer.

Sick of the NWO Tyranny! @ 3/25/2014 7:16 AM

Another person who maybe got beaten by thugs in uniform or maybe see this REGIME for what it is? OH well one less Globalist Soldier serving a failed state?

RPG @ 3/25/2014 12:16 PM

Hey, SICK OF NWO TYRANNY!... Why don't you do the right thing... End your suffering before you procreate, you snivling POS.

Arby @ 3/25/2014 1:50 PM

Hey Sick of NWO - how about taming down your rhetoric and engaging in some CIVIL discourse here? You can't be "beaten" or physically hurt on this site and you're anonymous. You'll certainly get some hateful remarks, but your opening remarks rather begged for that, so I'm sure you'll not only handle that, but probably revel in it somewhat.

So here's the deal: I for one am curious to know what PERSONAL experience(s) YOU have had that created your stated beliefs. So, how about it?

S.S. @ 3/26/2014 1:05 PM

Don't bother Arby. nwo is a p.o.s. coward, with no balls!!! Police mag needs to keep a better eye on a**holes like this, from coming onto this site. Don't they have their own sites? nwo go to it and whine to the other cowards.

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