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Video: 4 Indy SWAT Officers Shot Serving Warrant, Suspect Killed

March 06, 2014  | 

VIDEO: T4Indy SWAT Officers Shot Serving Warrant, Suspect Killed

Four Indianapolis Metro Police officers were shot Wednesday while serving a drug warrant on the near southeast side of Indianapolis. The suspect who fired on the officers was killed.

The officers exchanged gunfire with 27-year-old Andrew Sizemore around 7:30 p.m. near South State Avenue and Minnesota Street. Police were acting on a tip about criminal drug activity on the city's southeast side, WTHR reports.

"They were serving a warrant on a house known to sell drugs to the neighborhood," said IMPD Chief Rick Hite.

Police say bulletproof vests saved the lives of the officers.

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mike @ 3/7/2014 10:27 AM

please chief, you seem like a great guy, but do not be sorry for this loss of life piece of shit cop killer wannabe

frank stone @ 4/7/2014 7:03 PM

Another SWAT raid gone bad in the criminally insane, un-American War on Drugs.
It is NOT the business of the government what adults do with their own bodies of their own free will. Nobody forces anyone to buy anything.
No crime has been committed unless the transaction involves deception, which is called fraud.
Please do not bring the CHILDREN into this conversation or I will vomit.

The Drug War insanity provides make believe employment for many cops who would otherwise be truck drivers or construction laborers.
A badge, gun and SWAT toys makes them feel like they are God on Earth. How sick!

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