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Jennings Cop Suspended For Shooting At Car With Child Inside

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over 3 years ago

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January 11, 2011

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  • 2008_masonic_coin_max50


    over 3 years ago


    Bel Ridge was notified that there was a baby in the car; Was Jennings notified? If so when did the call go out. Was the officer in a position to know the situation? What caused the officer to determine to shoot?

    A lot of unanswered questions. However, it doesn't say much for the actor. Why isn't the media slamming that guy?

    Amazing the difference the media could make in reducing crime by attacking the actual criminals. Imagine the media teaching Crime Prevention to the populace instead of attacking those who already do it.

  • Screen_shot_2011-04-10_at_8


    over 3 years ago


    I think the article stated that there were warrants on the driver. If the officer was outside of his SOP then I understand the suspension but the fact is that the person running, did so knowing there was a child unrestrained in his vehicle and he drove in such a manner as to cause serious bodily injury to himself, his passenger(s), the public, and the police. Take that for what you will.

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    over 3 years ago


    WOW. I really hope CHild and Youth Services take the kid from this guy. What a freakin' nut, leading police on a high speed chase with an unsecured baby in the car. POS. Does the article say why he ran? Guessing he gave the greatest on COPS excuse,"I was scared".

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    over 3 years ago


    Make sure you KNOW your department's policies!

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