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Shots Fired: December 14, 2010 - Panama City, Florida

March 11, 2014

When a gunman interrupted a school board meeting, Police Chief Mike Jones was forced to respond. Shots Fired article written by Dean Scoville and read by Dan Hazeltine.

Shots Fired: July 01, 2009 - Burton Michigan

February 10, 2014

When a gunman decided to rob a local poker room, he found a retired police chief in the way. Shots Fired article written by Dean Scoville and read by Dan Hazeltine.

Wounded Florida Officer Recovering

March 27, 2009
Orange City police officer Sherif El-Shami, 26, was dispatched to check on Langford's well-being and five or six shots were fired and penetrated his patrol car. El-Shami was hit with shrapnel and glass, but it's not clear how many bullets struck him.
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