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Keokuk, IA
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December 21
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July 30
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July 28
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"very nice looking here hes one lucky guy "

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"cnn.com news Kenneth James Bailey Jr, 59, from New Castle, Indiana, died from a self inflicted gunshot wound after a police shootout on Thursday in..."

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    sgtmetro

    about 2 years ago

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    cnn.com news Kenneth James Bailey Jr, 59, from New Castle, Indiana, died from a self inflicted gunshot wound after a police shootout on Thursday in Pendleton, Indiana.
    STORY HIGHLIGHTS
    The shootout also injures two police officers
    The suspect's estranged wife filed for a restraining order this week
    Authorities say they had to shoot a police dog after he attacked a responding officer
    The suspect's body is eventually found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound
    (CNN) -- Kenneth James Bailey Jr. threatened violence against strangers and he delivered, shooting an innocent bystander dead and wounding two police officers before killing himself, authorities said.
    The melee also resulted in the fatal shooting of a police dog by officers.
    Police in Pendleton, Indiana, responded Thursday night to a report of shots fired. When they arrived, they were met with immediate and "overwhelming" gunfire from the suspect, according to a statement from police in nearby Anderson, Indiana.
    The responding officer, Pendleton police Sgt. Shane Isaacs, "was ambushed by the suspect," according to a Pendleton police statement.
    Isaacs was shot multiple times in the legs by the suspect before finding cover from the array of bullets, Pendleton police said.
    Anderson police Officer Marty Dulworth was also injured from the suspect's gunfire, authorities said.
    A total of 18 law enforcement agencies arrived at the scene. After the shootout, the suspect escaped, launching a six-hour manhunt.
    The suspect's body was eventually found a block away.
    Police believe Bailey, 59, shot himself sometime after authorities locked down the town of Pendleton, preventing anyone from leaving the area.
    Authorities believe Bailey was in the neighborhood to confront his estranged wife, Claudia, whom he had been separated from for about 10 months, Pendleton police said.
    According to Madison County court documents obtained by CNN affiliate WRTV, Claudia Bailey filed paperwork Thursday requesting a restraining order against Kenneth Bailey. In it, she cited multiple threats, including a 2010 report in which Kenneth Bailey allegedly said he wanted to "blow everyone away" at the store where she worked.
    Claudia Bailey also wrote that as recently as a few weeks ago, Kenneth Bailey threatened that if he ever found her with anyone else, "he'd just shoot us from a distance where we stand."
    "I'm scared he would. I'm looking over my shoulder," she wrote.
    A magistrate granted the restraining order Thursday, but it is not clear if Kenneth Bailey received the paperwork before Thursday night's incident.
    Shortly after the shootout, police discovered that the initial shots also struck nearby resident John Neal Shull Jr., who was sitting in his vehicle and had been blocked in traffic by the suspect's vehicle. Shull was killed.
    "There is an innocent victim, he's a resident of the town, he's been a friend of mine for years, and he is deceased," Pendleton Police Chief Marc Farrer tearfully said in a press conference. "Innocent victim, totally in the wrong place at the wrong time."
    The suspect was armed with a pistol and large capacity magazine, an assault rifle, a flak jacket and gas masks, Farrer said.
    "He came with an ill intent," he said.
    Four tactical SWAT teams were among the departments that responded to the scene. They helped move families from their homes in the early morning hours Friday as police set up a perimeter and searched for the suspect, Farrer said.
    Hundreds of people gathered in a Pendleton church Friday night for a vigil in honor of Shull, the man shot dead in his car, CNN affiliate WXIN reported.
    Earlier in the day, Shull's wife Noelle told WXIN she is at a loss for answers.
    "Why? What was the purpose in this man shooting my husband who was only trying to come home?"
    John Shull was a business owner and a volunteer in the Kiwanis club, Pendleton police added.
    The shootout also led to the death of an Anderson canine officer named Kilo.
    "When Officer Dulworth was shot, Kilo, in the midst of the surrounding gunfire and reacting to the loss of his handler, mistook one of the officers as an aggressor and attacked him, biting him several times," Anderson police said in a statement. "The officers found themselves faced with a confused K-9 and an armed suspect firing upon them."
    Police said officers were forced to shoot Kilo during the chaos.
    Kilo followed his instinct to protect his handler to the very end, police said.
    Kilo had been partnered with Dulworth since 2010. He was the first Anderson police dog to die in the line of duty.

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    sgtmetro

    over 2 years ago

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    please keep the ones who lost things in the storms that hit and the ones who lost love ones in the coast guard chopper crash and to the family in ohio of the school shooting and as all ways keep our brothers sisters who go out every day to keep us safe and a friend of mine found this out please keep in prayer found out last week that he has another next to it and its getting bigger to and when they did the test 2 days ago they found 8 huge bumps all together now so we are very worried and now we just have to wait until monday to find out

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    sgtmetro

    over 2 years ago

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    tjhis past saturday was a sad day in the field of weather spoters and chasers we lost a member do to a dwi driver going wrong way and hit andy head on rip andy u will be missed the info is on my facebook page as weatherspoterle97

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    Anonymous

    over 2 years ago

    Take care,friend and stay safe.Days - Weekend Myspace Comments

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    Anonymous

    over 2 years ago

    Good morning.Thanks much for your friendship,it's appreciated.Take care,stay safe and enjoy a great week.

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    Jonas

    over 2 years ago

    44060 Comments

    Thank you for the add and stay safe.

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    alex82

    over 2 years ago

    2786 Comments

    Thanks for the add. greetings from austria in europe. have a great week - take care and stay safe.

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    sgtmetro

    over 2 years ago

    18 Comments

    things that make u go mmmmmmmmm GALESBURG, Ill. (AP) — Two people who pulled up at a McDonald's drive-thru in western Illinois completely naked face public indecency charges.

    Police in Galesburg say a 19-year-old El Paso man and a 21-year-old Galesburg woman have been released from Knox County Jail after being ordered to appear in court to face the charges.

    WGIL Radio reports that the duo was still in the McDonald's parking lot when officers arrived just before 2 a.m. Wednesday. Police say the man was crouched over in the driver's seat trying to pull on a pair of pants while his passenger was covering up in a blanket.

    WGIL reports that the pair told officers the late night fast-food run might not have been a great idea but that they both still thought it was funny.

    Copyright 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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    sgtmetro

    over 2 years ago

    18 Comments

    prayers and thoughts to the friends and family to ranger margaret anderson and thanks to all the brother sisters of the searchers and the brothers and sisters of the fbi county city officers god bless and thank u and to the other brothers and sisters who we lost in the ine of duty over the weekend

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    JJ1

    about 4 years ago

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    JJ1

    about 4 years ago

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    Thanks for the add, stay safe


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    Anonymous

    almost 5 years ago

    Just Checking In To Say...Have A Super Week...Take Care,My Friend.

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    Anonymous

    almost 5 years ago

    Good morning and welcome to Police Link.Thanks for your friendship,it's appreciated.Take care,stay safe and enjoy a great week.