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Pa. Teen Gets 25 to 50 years for Shooting Two Officers

October 16, 2008  | 

Donyea Phillips, who pleaded guilty in July to two counts of attempted murder and related charges, apologized to Officers Christopher Reed and Stephen Holts. Phillips insisted to Common Pleas Court Judge Glenn B. Bronson that he did not know police were trying to come through the door when he blindly fired through a window Nov. 13.

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DirtyD @ 10/17/2008 9:11 AM

The animals have no respect for police. Its no suprise to me that our SWAT teams are using military tactics and gear to get the job done. If this continues on the same track you will see the patrol officer gearing up like a soldier. Kids these days have no fear or respect of police and that is scary, you cant even safely talk to a child on the street anymore and if it takes a military setting to regain control of this then gear me up!!!

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