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Handcuffed Prisoner Shoots at Denver Police Officer


A man in handcuffs shot at a Denver police officer in the parking lot of a Denver Police substation before he was shot by another officer. Read Full Story Here.

May 15, 2014
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Tags: Denver PD, Police Shootings


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KevcopAz @ 5/16/2014 5:49 PM

How many times do we have to go over this my brothers? SERACH SEARCH SEARCH even if he "was searched" before by another officer, this is just plain rookie mistakes! Sorry but you all know thats true. We were lucky this time, God Blessed those officers.

Sgt. Mike @ 5/19/2014 4:22 PM

Why the rush to punish? A gun was missed? Maybe. A baddy chose to use unlawful force against officers that responded appropriately...sure. But the officers don't necessarily need punishment. Investigate the incident, identify problem areas, and retrain where needed. Why the rush to hang someone?

Thor Odinson @ 6/18/2014 3:45 AM

We pulled the back seat at the start of every shift, searched every person BEFORE they went into the back seat, women police searched all females,

Sounds like this guy was obese, thighs rubbed together, oversized glutamis max and may have had two sets of cuffs just to get his arms together behind his back. Use oversized wire ties and issue disposable rubber gloves to check those "personal" areas. Thor

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