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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 11/2/2001 8:33:10 PM EDT
D. Huerta Terry Lynn Brandt flagged Officer Huerta down and she informed him that her husband, Roland, was at her apartment in violation of a restraining order. Officer Huerta escorted her back to the apartment and he informed Roland that he would have to leave. Roland agreed to leave but asked if he could get some belongings from the apartment before he left and the officer allowed him to do so. As Roland went to the bedroom, Officer Huerta used the phone to check in at his office. Roland then came out of the back room with a 12-gauge shotgun and killed Officer Huerta. Mrs. Brandt attempted to call the police for help but she was also shot and killed by the suspect. Police arrived and surrounded the barricaded suspect. The suspect shot and killed himself instead of surrendering to police. *********************************************­*** Gee, wonder why those Jack Boots want to know where your guns are in your house? Ahhh, just that power trip/ gun grab thing.... Rich
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Link Posted: 11/2/2001 9:09:50 PM EDT
horrible,,but why didn't he also murder the person(s) that witnessed what you just descibed? Or did the vitums live long enough to descibe the actions of the murderer?
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 9:25:24 PM EDT
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What's that dead immigrants name again? You know, that guy who was gunned down in his doorway, NYC.
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 9:31:53 PM EDT
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Patrolman Hector Garza San Antonio Police Department, TX Cause of Death: Gunfire End of Watch: March 29, 2001 Date of Incident: March 29, 2001 Age: 48 Tour of Duty: 25 yr Suspect Info: Charged with two counts capital murder Weapon Used: Handgun; Mac-10 Patrolman Garza was shot and killed after responding to a domestic dispute. Two officers were initially called to the residence at approximately 0745 hours to stand guard while a resident removed possessions from a house. Officers were called back at approximately 0855 hours for another disturbance involving the man and wife. The two were arguing in a bedroom. The suspect had his back to Patrolman Garza while he attempted to separate the two. The suspect suddenly spun around and shot Patrolman Garza in the head with a Mac-10 semi-automatic handgun. He then shot and killed his wife before chasing the woman's brother-in-law. After running out of ammunition he went back into the home and got an AK-47 and shot and wounded the brother-in-law and then shot Patrolman Garza again as he lay on the ground. The suspect was apprehended and charged with two counts of capital murder and three counts of attempted capital murder. Patrolman Garza had been with the agency for 25 years. *********************************************­***
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 9:47:25 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DK-Prof: Is there a point here? Some of us are apparently too slow and too stupid to understand. Is the point that cops have dangerous jobs? Sure they do. Who's saying they don't? Is the point that occasionally cops get killed by psychopaths? Sure they do. So do lots of other innocent people. For every story about a cop who was gunned dwn, there's probably a stort about an unarmed man/woman that was shot by a cop. Sometimes it's an accident, sometimes it's incompetence, and sometimes (rarely) it's a really bad cop. What's the point you're trying to make?
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You won't get an answer. It's on auto post.
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 9:48:21 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/2/2001 9:42:40 PM EDT by rabbit]
Originally Posted By Rapid_Fire: D. Huerta Terry Lynn Brandt flagged Officer Huerta down and she informed him that her husband, Roland, was at her apartment in violation of a restraining order. Officer Huerta escorted her back to the apartment and he informed Roland that he would have to leave. Roland agreed to leave but asked if he could get some belongings from the apartment before he left and the officer allowed him to do so. As Roland went to the bedroom, Officer Huerta used the phone to check in at his office. Roland then came out of the back room with a 12-gauge shotgun and killed Officer Huerta. Mrs. Brandt attempted to call the police for help but she was also shot and killed by the suspect. Police arrived and surrounded the barricaded suspect. The suspect shot and killed himself instead of surrendering to police. *********************************************­*** Gee, wonder why those Jack Boots want to know where your guns are in your house? Ahhh, just that power trip/ gun grab thing.... Rich
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You must be writing a book report or something. Either that or you're here from MS. Magazine. I personally hope you're from MS. because you're obviously to fucking stupid to finish a book report. And nobody likes unfinished work. By the way, I sympathize with the officer who let a person who was violating a restraining order out of his sight. What a guy. And Garza, still a dedicated patrolman after 25years. What inspiration. Go crawl in a hole with a summer sausage and fuck yourself. Editted to get my post away from yours.
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 9:53:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/2/2001 10:01:40 PM EDT by Rapid_Fire]
The guy is anti-gun, ban him
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No, the "Guy" has a house full of them. The Guy is Tired of the cop-bashing. Gonna ban me for that? If so, me, and a few other LEO members are on the wrong site. Rich
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Officer Marlon Francisco Morales Metro Transit Police Department, DC Cause of Death: Gunfire End of Watch: June 13, 2001 Date of Incident: June 10, 2001 Age: 32 Tour of Duty: 6 mo Suspect Info: Apprehended Weapon Used: Handgun Officer Morales succumbed to a gunshot wound received three days earlier when he confronted a fare evader leaving the U-Street-Cardoza Metro station in Washington, DC. During the confrontation the suspect suddenly pulled out a handgun and shot Officer Morales in the face. Officer Morales never had a chance to draw his weapon. The suspect then stole Officer Morales' service weapon and two spare clips of ammunition and fled the scene. Officer Morales was transported to a local hospital where he remained in critical condition for three days before succumbing to his wound. The suspect was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, several days after the incident when he was stopped by officers for a traffic violation. After a brief struggle with officers he was subdued and found to have Officer Morales' service weapon and two extra clips. Officer Morales was a Gulf War veteran and had been with the agency for six months. He is survived by his wife, infant daughter, and two young sons. *********************************************­*** And all some can do is come in, and call me names....Pretty sad... Rich
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 10:20:04 PM EDT
Rapid fire stop feeling sorry for your self. did something crawl up inside you and die today?/ You knew what the job entailed when you took it. And dont be surprised that a lot of people dont like to see leo types running around...EVER SEE SOMEONE HAPPY TO CALL THE POLICE?? Most every time i have met with an leo I have treated him or her with respect and been treated in kind. I dont harbor any ill feelings about leo's but i cant stand when one gets his panties in a not about not being treated with respect. Respect is not demanded but earned. And Yes most every LEO is an honest person. It is the few that ruin it for the rest. We are all sad when a good leo gets hurt, but we are really mad when a bad leo steps on our rights. So quite your whining and find another job if you cant take it!
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 10:26:14 PM EDT
Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Lee County Sheriff's Department, MS Cause of Death: Gunfire End of Watch: July 06, 2001 Date of Incident: July 06, 2001 Age: 53 Tour of Duty: 13 yr Suspect Info: Shot and killed Weapon Used: Gun; Unknown type Sheriff Presley was shot and killed by a suspect who had fled from police earlier in the night. The suspect had fled the scene of a roadblock earlier in the evening and exchanged shots with pursuing officers. He managed to elude officers during a foot chase after crashing his vehicle. Later in the evening Sheriff Presley received a call from a homeowner who's dogs were barking. When he arrived on the scene at approximately 0515 hours he and the homeowner went to a shed on the property. When Sheriff Presley opened the door the suspect inside immediately opened fire, striking Sheriff Presley several times. Although mortally wounded, Sheriff Presley was able to return fire and kill the suspect as well. Sheriff Presley had been with the department for 13 years and had been sheriff for eight years. *********************************************­*** At least there will be one less "He was mean to me" cop bashing story we'll have to listen to.
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 10:46:18 PM EDT
I hate to sound "nit-picky" but the Sheriff killed the guy who shot him, so he obviously didn't get away. So how come they don't know the type of weapon the sheriff was shot with? I don't get it.
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 10:52:12 PM EDT
It either wasn't known to the clerk who entered this into the database, or that field was overlooked. Obviously, they know. Rich
Link Posted: 11/2/2001 10:53:46 PM EDT
You know, I really should have thought of that.......sorry for asking a dumbass question.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 12:18:46 AM EDT
I think you guys are missing the point. Rapid_Fire is just trying to say that since whackos are obvioulsy allowed to commit criminal acts that harm police officers, that officers should be allowed to commit crime too. He's saying that because there are bad people in the world police should have absolute power without question or consequence and that he believes people who have possibly been involved in a domestic dispute (guilty or not) should have their weapons confiscated to make his job safer. He apparently does not understand that CRIMINALS will get weapons without that dumbass yellow sheet one way or another. He doesn't get that if someone wants to shoot him they will, law or no law. At least that's what I take from his many sarcastic post titles and subtle implications. And to Rapid_Fire: Your multiple posts today are obviously in retaliation of recent posts that frown on unconstitutional actions by fellow LEOs. If you have a point to make, Rapid_Fire, just make it. Say that police have a difficult and often times dangerous job that is deserving of our respect. But also be willing to say that cops aren't infallable and should be held accountable when they violate the laws and civil rights they vow to protect. If that is your point you can say so in a much more to the point manner, without implications and a holier than thou attitude. Sarcastic posts like "another gross civil rights violation" can lead people to believe that you think law officers are above accountability for their actions. Comitting a crime while in uniform is doubly heinous and is equal to a man in a priests uniform commiting a crime. Using a position of power and public trust is not only legally wrong but morally wrong on a level beyond that of a "common" criminal and should be treated as such. If you agree then you are on the side of freeedom. If you disagree you are neither the good guy you profess to be or a friend of freedom. At least that's my opinion. HATEBREED
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 3:10:43 AM EDT
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 4:06:09 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Rapid_Fire:
The guy is anti-gun, ban him
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No, the "Guy" has a house full of them. The Guy is Tired of the cop-bashing. Gonna ban me for that? If so, me, and a few other LEO members are on the wrong site. Rich
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Tuff shit, Miners die when mines collapse, pilots die in plane crashes. Cops are paid to do their job. If it is so god damn dangerous, they need to do something else. These poor f-kers died stupid. Now quite crying and show some restraint.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 8:09:23 AM EDT
The Fallen Officer threads were designed to be Anti-cop, lunatic magnets. As you can see, it worked!!! I knew they wouldn't be able to resist. They had worked themselves into a Cop Bashing frenzy. I came along and rained on their party. as you can see, it clearly INFURIATED them..:) Oh, well...as they say in Russia, Tough Shitzki..:) GB could do this site a WORLD of good, by showing these fanatics the door. Now that they've been drawn out into the light. But at least, the site makes for a good central repository for the FEDs to watch the lunatics at play. Rant on Lunies!!! Rich
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 8:36:12 AM EDT
Rapid_Fire: I am not a leo hater, you will never find a thread here of me bashing a leo. You as a person however are acting like a 4 year old who's mommy won't let him have what he wants. If you think you are promoting your cause you are wrong. You are having the opposite effect by acting this way. What do you think you make this board look like to new members when you cry like this. If you choose to respond to this do so intelligently, not as you have responded to the other comments on your posts. If you can't respond intelligently then please don't bother.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 8:45:02 AM EDT
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Deputy Sheriff Erik Jon Telen Fresno County Sheriff's Department, CA Cause of Death: Gunfire End of Watch: August 21, 2001 Date of Incident: August 21, 2001 Age: 26 Tour of Duty: 18 mo Suspect Info: Apprehended Weapon Used: Shotgun; 12 gauge Deputy Telen was shot and killed investigating a burglary call at a local residence at approximately 1900 hours. Neighbors of the home had called deputies after they were confronted by a suspicious man who threatened them and then walked towards the house. Contact was made with relatives of the home's owner who stated the owners were out of town. When the deputies arrived they located an open window. They entered the house in an attempt to locate the suspect and as they entered a hallway the heavily armed suspect opened fire, fatally wounding Deputy Telen. The second deputy retreated and called for backup. Responding deputies where able to get Deputy Telen out of the home and transport him to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The suspect was apprehended after a five-hour standoff. Deputy Telen had been with the agency for 18 months and is survived by his expectant wife and two young children. Deputy Telen's son was born on October 1, 2001, and named after his father. *********************************************­*** New members opinions? Yeah, you're right. They would much rather read one of the "Hey, do you have hair on your tits too?" threads. As you can see, there's something here for every intellectual level. Go find one that suits you. If this subject material is offensive to you GOOD!! It offends me too.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 8:55:03 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Rapid_Fire: The Fallen Officer threads were designed to be Anti-cop, lunatic magnets. As you can see, it worked!!! I knew they wouldn't be able to resist. They had worked themselves into a Cop Bashing frenzy. I came along and rained on their party. as you can see, it clearly INFURIATED them..:) Oh, well...as they say in Russia, Tough Shitzki..:) GB could do this site a WORLD of good, by showing these fanatics the door. Now that they've been drawn out into the light. But at least, the site makes for a good central repository for the FEDs to watch the lunatics at play. Rant on Lunies!!! Rich
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Of course, it is a sensitive subject. However, why bait people. It is unfortunate people have to die at work. If a guy dies in a press do you go to a stamping convention and criticize the toolmakers? These guys died because someone committed a criminal act and it resulted in death. A criminal act, get it? Now if you can develop a model that criminologist can use to predict criminal behavior, you will be able to prevent this type of tragedy. Until then, it is an occupational hazard.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 8:56:39 AM EDT
No it doesn't offend me it is just part of your job. I get bashed in the anti union threads but I don't throw a tantrum like you are doing. I try to explain my side intelligently. I don't care if you keep this up but what is the point?
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 8:59:40 AM EDT
Officer Stephen Michael Liner Jr. an Officer with the California Highway Patrol, was killed August 12, 2001 when struck by a drunk driver.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:00:14 AM EDT
Sergeant Gary Wagers, a 22 year veteran of the California Highway Patrol, was killed on March 15, 2001 in a on duty traffic accident. Wagers is survived by his wife and three grown children.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:04:21 AM EDT
Deputy Sheriff Brandon Hinkle, a member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department was killed while riding his police motorcycle on February 14, 2001. Hinkle, a 11 year veteran, is survived by his wife.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:05:27 AM EDT
Officer Sean Alesander Nava, a 12 year veteran of the California Highway Patrol, was killed October 28, 2000, by a DUI driver in a on duty accident. Nava is survived by a wife and two children.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:07:31 AM EDT
Deputy Sheriff Steven Parson, a member of the Orange County Sheriff's Department was killed while driving his police motorcycle on June 24, 2000. Parsons, a 11 year veteran, is survived by his wife and two children.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:09:05 AM EDT
Police Officer Louis Villalobos, a police officer of the Los Angeles Police Department, died March 17, 2000, as a result of an on duty training accident. Villalobos, a 30 year veteran is survived by four children.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:09:16 AM EDT
Officer Ronald Sheffield United States General Services Administration - Federal Protective Service, US Cause of Death: Gunfire End of Watch: September 21, 2001 Date of Incident: September 21, 2001 Age: 36 Tour of Duty: Not available Suspect Info: Shot and wounded Weapon Used: Handgun; .357 caliber Officer Sheffield was shot and killed while manning a metal detector at the McNamara Federal Building in Detroit, Michigan. Security at the building had been increased dramatically in the wake of the terrorist attacks in New York City and the Pentagon. The suspect, who had been waiting in line to go through the security area, pulled a .357 caliber handgun from his bag when Officer Sheffield attempted to search it. Other officers returned fire and wound the suspect before taking him into custody. The building housed several federal law enforcement agencies. Officer Sheffield was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. *********************************************­*** It realy doesn't matter to me. You want to bash the cops. Fine. I'm just bringing a few of them to your party. You tell THEM what screw ups they are.... Rich
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:11:42 AM EDT
Occupational hazard
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:14:05 AM EDT
Officer Russel Miller, a Chino Police Officer, was struck and killed by a vehicle on February 1, 2000. Miller, a 12 year veteran, is survived by his wife and three children.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:16:00 AM EDT
Inspector Kirk Brookbush, of the San Francisco Police Department, died January 11, 2000 as a result of a on duty helicopter crash. Brookbush, a 27 year veteran, is survived by his wife and two children.
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 9:17:07 AM EDT
Judgement Day For A Police Officer The police officer stood and faced his Maker, which must always come to pass. He hoped his shoes were shining, just as brightly as his brass. "Step forward now, police officer how shall I deal with you? Have you always turned the other cheek? To your Maker, have you been true?" The police officer, with squared shoulders, said "No sir, I guess I ain't. Because those of us who carry badges can't always be a saint. I've had to work most Sundays and at times my talk was rough, and sometimes I've been violent, because the streets are tough. But I never took a penny, that wasn't mine to keep. Though I worked a lot of overtime when the bills just got too steep. And I never passed by a cry for help though at times I shook with fear, and sometimes, please forgive me, I've wept unmanly tears. I know I don't deserve a place among the people here. They never wanted me around except to calm their fears. But if you have a place for me here, well...it need not be too grand. I never expected or had too much so if you don't...I'll understand." There was silence all around the room where the saints respectfully stood. As the police officer waited quietly, for the judgment...bad or good. "Step forward now, police officer, you've borne your burdens well. Come walk a beat on heaven's streets, You've done your time in hell."
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Patrol Officer James Clinton Bryant Broxton Police Department, GA Cause of Death: Gunfire End of Watch: January 03, 2000 Date of Incident: January 03, 2000 Age: 35 Tour of Duty: 7 yr Suspect Info: Charged with murder Weapon Used: Rifle; 30-30 Officer Bryant was shot and killed after being ambushed by a man who was being evicted. Officer Bryant was accompanying the owner of a property who wanted the suspect's trailer moved off of the property. The suspect, who was aware that officers would be coming, hid a deer rifle in the woods behind the trailer. As Officer Bryant approached the suspect ran behind the trailer and Officer Bryant gave chase. The suspect then retrieved the rifle and shot Officer Bryant three times, once in each arm and once in the head. Deputy Clyde Almon Merritt of the Coffee County Sheriff's Department was shot and killed after responding to the assistance call. The suspect was later arrested after being surrounded by officers from several agencies. Officer Bryant worked part-time for the Broxton Police Department, which has five full and part-time officers, and was a full-time officer with the Lumber City Police Department. He had been in law enforcement for seven years and is survived by his wife, son, and daughter. *********************************************­*** One can only accomplish so much, when faced with a lack of raw materials to work with. Rich
Link Posted: 11/3/2001 11:29:29 PM EDT
So you're a troll huh?
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