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Arizona Authorities Release Footage of Shootout That Wounded 2 Officers, Killed Suspect

Tucson News Now

Dep. John Mennen of the Greenlee County Sheriff's Office and Clifton Police Sgt. Jason Mingura were treated at the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson for injuries sustained from the incident, which began with a report of possible domestic violence around 11 p.m. on Jan. 26. More Here.

July 02, 2015

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James Lenox @ 7/2/2015 1:16 PM

Good Job to both officers, and God bless you.Keep up the good work.

Kev Cop @ 7/2/2015 2:39 PM

Great that we won and the officers are ok. Was suspect killed? Wounded? anyone know. Wow great example of how we need cameras that stay in place during an incident, perhaps the chest ones that film thru front of shirt. In this case only the audible is worth anything.

Idaho @ 7/2/2015 4:05 PM

I know I can see much in this video, but by listening to the audio I am pretty damn impressed on how you guys handled this. Composed, good officer safety, good communications and professional. I thank God for how this turned out guys.

KOJACK58 @ 7/2/2015 7:00 PM

They both got hit but they sound like they are going to be okay which is the main thing. What was he thinking. they are lucky the girl didn't try to do them in. Get better and say safe. At least the suspect wont have to go to trial.

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