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Woman Does Very Unusual Thing at End of Gunfight Between Wisconsin Officer and Carjacking Suspect

August 13, 2015  | 

VIDEO: Woman Does Very Unusual Thing at End of Gunfight Between Wisconsin Officer and Carjacking Suspect

Dashcam video from a Glendale, Wis., offficer's patrol car shows an Aug. 1 vehicle pursuit, foot chase, and shootout between the officer and Deandre Wise, 28. It also shows a young woman take cover when the shooting starts and leave cover once the bullets stopped flying to pick up the officer's smartphone and leave.

A criminal complaint filed in this case indicates Wise, who was suspected of carjacking a Porsche during a test drive, fired 13 shots at Officer Eric Guse from an AR-15 variant rifle, and the officer fired 15 rounds from his service pistol.

The officer suffered an injury to his forehead — with debris and/or shrapnel causing him to bleed, the complaint says. Wise was taken to the hospital for a single gunshot wound to his thigh.

Officer Guse is recovering from this incident, Fox 6 TV reports.

Police say they're not interested in punishing the woman who picked up the phone. They simply want Officer Guse's phone back.

As for Deandre Wise, a judge ordered a competency evaluation for him on August 7. The doctor's report is due back on September 2.

Comments (2)

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Jon Retired LEO @ 8/15/2015 11:04 AM

A very speedy recovery to you officer Guse. The piece of garbage that did this needs to be locked up and lose the key. Now I suppose that he will be found incompetent to stand trial and will get off on that notion.

S.S. @ 8/17/2015 8:25 AM

What a p.o.s. or pieces of shit!

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