anyone who watched the bail hearing for the south carolina shooter noticed the guards two of whom were in the remote video deposition room had body cameras? with multiple escapes where collusion on the part of prison employees provided critical support how long before on duty guards are required to where body cameras?
62 shootings resulting in fatalities in last 30 days
The police, while armed, didn't know what they'd walked into. That's because when when the 21-year-old Hummons called the emergency operator, he didn't hint at his plan.
(CNN)While friends were commenting on his last Facebook post Friday -- and some were reading text messages indicating his plan to commit suicide by cop -- Trepierre Hummons called 911 then waited with a gun for police to arrive, Cincinnati police said.
When they did, he and shot and killed 48-year-old Officer Sonny Kim, a husband and father of three, police said
"The suspect then returned to Police Officer Kim, who was lying wounded on the street and began to fight with him in an effort to take the officer's firearm," Blackwell said.
Kim struggled as he bled, but couldn't hang on to his weapon. When a third officer, Tom Sandmann, arrived, Hummons used Kim's gun to fire at him. But Sandmann returned fire and wounded Hummons.
Both Hummons and Kim later died at a hospital.
As a juvenile, Hummons had been arrested on burglary, robbery and for illegally carrying a concealed weapon, Blackwell said. As an adult, he was a member of a local gang called the Clutch Gang, the police chief said.
The same day he instigated the shootout, Hummons had been reported for a sex offense, Blackwell said.
Louisiana authorities launched a massive manhunt Saturday for an arrestee who killed a police officer as he was being ferried to jail.
Fox8Live said New Orleans police officer Daryle Holloway, 45, died around 8 a.m. after the suspect he was transporting grabbed a gun and shot him.
Did any one notice during ruff arraignment the correctional officers wearing body camS?
Smith said investigators would also examine whether the officers involved in the Los Feliz shooting were aware of the other incident earlier in the day.
Earlier in the day, LAPD officials said, officers wounded a man in El Monte after he got out of a car covered in a blanket and then brandished a gun. The man, who was critically wounded, had led officers on a two-hour chase that began in South L.A. after he allegedly assaulted a woman
Police said officers thought the man had a gun, but he turned out to be unarmed.
The man flagged down officers about 6:35 p.m. at Los Feliz Boulevard and Tica Drive south of Griffith Park, according to a police account.
"This person extended an arm wrapped in a towel. The officer exited the vehicle and said, 'Drop the gun, drop the gun,'" LAPD Lt. John Jenal said.
Then at least one officer shot the man, officials say. He was taken to a hospital where he was listed in critical condition.
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