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Tulsa Officer Wounded in Gunfight Stays in the Fight


The Tulsa (OK) Police Department released body-camera video footage of an officer involved shooting that left one officer wounded during a traffic stop in the parking lot of a local QuikTrip gas station and mini-mart store on July 3. More here

July 12, 2018
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kojack58 @ 7/12/2018 6:44 PM

Good job Tulsa Officers. You take that female for accessory to assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest also. She is worse than he is she knew he had a gun.

Cesario Elizaldi @ 7/13/2018 11:14 AM

When are the powers that be, who probably have never had to deal with the criminal element a single day in their lives, going to understand that use of non-letal means to terminate an incident that should not have taken almost thirty minutes to resolve is a means of deescalation. Whether that be pepper spray, pepper balls, or a teaser. One of these officers could have easily lost their lives, and what would the response of the pencil pushers have been? Criminals have their own agenda, and it will not normally end well for one of the parties involved.

CaptMidnight @ 7/14/2018 3:38 PM

~UNBELIEVABLE! Back in the day that van would look like swiss cheese with homeboy in it then a quick reload. "TURD IN A NO TURD ZONE" CLASSIC.
The girl knew he was armed, thats why she would not get out of the way.
Wonder what else Tulsa PD found it the vehicle? Dope, Stolen Guns?

Hope the Boss was not wounded badly.

JHudson @ 7/15/2018 9:04 AM

I've seen Sean "Sticks" Larkin on Live PD a time or two. He's a great guy. Also hope the officer is OK that got shot. Yeah she is worse for knowing he had a gun. Man my heart was pumping just watching this video I couldn't imagine how much more it would've been had I actually been there.

Vodooman @ 7/21/2018 2:38 PM

The administrators and the liberals will never understand that criminals do not and never will abide by the law. These officers and the civilians around the area were placed in grave danger by taking soo long to effect the arrest, and being forced to used non-lethal weapons after one officer was shot.

Good job officers. Prayers for the injured officer.

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