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Wash. Pursuit Ends in Deadly Shooting

NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA |

Video has been released of a Yakima (Wash.) Police vehicle pursuit of a 24-year-old man as he violently rammed into police cars on an interstate onramp. The chase ended with the man's death. Read Story Here.

June 26, 2014

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stephen bukucs @ 6/26/2014 5:08 PM


Michael @ 6/26/2014 6:33 PM

Stephen as soon as you get your GED and graduate law school look up the definition of murder. This does not constitute murder. I bet if he hit a member of your family after ramming multiple officers you would be singing a different story. Now go back to playing video games in your parent's basement. Let the brave men and women protecting morons like you do their job.

Oliver @ 6/27/2014 5:35 AM

This is the Clasic Gringo Police, Shoot first ask questions later, how many times in other states have this same scenario happent, in over 90% of them, police use other tactics to stop the car, by other police cars or spikes not by killing the driver that has no gun

Curt @ 6/27/2014 6:22 AM

I just love it when people like Oliver and Stephen Bukucs voice there opinions it just shows how it takes all kinds of morons to make the world go around. This guy rammed police (this is felony assault on a LEO) and he used all means to get away, it was by the grace of God he didn't kill someone. This officer made the right call to stop the threat before that happened and was fully justified in doing so per the LAW. I will pray for this brave Officer and the family of the moron that choice to run.

Chief @ 6/28/2014 5:31 AM

A car is a deadly weapon, and he got what he asked for

Nogales @ 6/30/2014 4:50 PM

Base on the info present, cops acted under Scott vs Harris and did the right thing. The average person just doesn't understand that a car is a deadly weapon, which is why they text and talk while driving. So the driver did not have a gun, he was using his car as a deadly weapon by hitting other vehicles, and not just police vehicles. In this case, protect the public, shoot the driver.

Saul Berkowitz @ 7/1/2014 1:28 PM

Quoted from Star Wars..." blast em, blast em"

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