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Navajo Nation Officer Shot in Head, in Stable Condition

FOX 10 News | fox10phoenix.com

A Navajo Nation police officer was shot in the head Saturday morning in the line of duty. Family members say Officer Joseph Gregg was alone when he responded to a domestic violence call in the Northern Arizona town of Kaibeto on the Navajo Indian Reservation. More Here.

October 13, 2014
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Leonard Mather @ 10/13/2014 4:49 PM

This article will be of great displeasure to both Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. It disallows them from charging Racism, since it was Navajo and Navajo. Now, poor Al and Jesse cannot engage in polarization. They will not be able to do a "Ferguson" on the event. They certainly cannot Push for Gregg to be found guilty of aggravated assault. This has to be very disturbing information for these poor rabble rousers. Now they must seriously contemplate that the Brouhaha in Ferguson might need logic, factual data and justifiable homicide. However, the Lynching mind-set is a tough one to deal with when minds are made-up, and announcements are loudly proclaimed, in advance, that unless the LEO is found guilty, THER WILL BE TROUBLE! The Bad News Bears are all set to act.

Nathan Bartlett @ 10/13/2014 9:06 PM

Thank God their are officers like Joseph Gregg. Without them many people would suffer. My prayers are with and your Family Officer Gregg.

Detective Nathan Bartlett, City of Morris, Ok.

Capt. Crunch @ 10/13/2014 11:40 PM

To send an officer out in the middle of no where with no back up is just plane crazy.

DaveS55 @ 10/14/2014 12:38 AM

Out prayers and thoughts are with you Officer Joseph Greg. Capt Crunch that is the way it is in many rural areas...Police Magazine own Dave Smith can fill you in on this. New Mexico Colorado and other locations it happens also. The reservations are very short of police and many times - officer's may have a 150 or more miles Square to cover by themselves...

beehaz'aani. k'e.

God Bless Dave

DaveS55 @ 10/14/2014 12:40 AM

Our Prayer and thoughts are with you!

beehaz'aani. k'e.

Dave

Kenneth L. Iron Road @ 10/14/2014 5:27 AM

Man...Hope he lives....you guys don't know man.

Kenneth L. Iron Road @ 10/14/2014 5:28 AM

Pray for the Officer.

TX Lawman @ 10/14/2014 8:00 AM

My prayers go out to Officer Joseph Gregg and his family. May he have a full and speedy recovery. Thank God for warriors like him that protect our lives and stand on the Thin Blue Line. The Lord be with you my Brother in Blue!

TERRY @ 10/14/2014 8:33 PM

My prayers are with you Officer Gregg and for your family. Stay strong and get better. All of you still active out there be careful. The storm is coming this rioting stuff is not over by a long shot if those activist have their way.

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