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Posted: 2/9/2006 9:57:21 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/9/2006 9:57:47 AM EDT by OldTroop]
Ok, my son knows one of the investigating officers, they were talking last night and heres what really happened. just as the story goes except when the guy tries to get her gun, her partner ran out of the room yelling for help...an armed officer screaming for help...what a pathetic asshole. he left the girl to fight by herself. In questioning him afterwards he says he doesnt remember anything...well so long asshole....who wants him for a partner??????


Man dies from wounds after struggle with probation officers
JACLYN O'MALLEY
RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL
Posted: 2/9/2006
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A scuffle with two probation officers that ended in the death of a Reno convicted felon started when he was told he was going to be jailed for using methamphetamine, authorities said Wednesday.

Christopher Michael Tallman resisted when probation officers Kara Kelly and John Gresock tried to handcuff him after he tested positive for methamphetamines Tuesday at the Nevada Parole and Probation Office at 10 State St., Reno police Lt. Ron Donnelly said.

When Gresock's handcuffs touched Tallman's wrist, he twisted free, tore off Kelly's duty belt and removed her pistol from the holster, Donnelly said.

Kelly, Tallman's probation officer, struggled with him for the gun while Gresock tried to control him, Donnelly said. Tallman, 25, also ripped off Gresock's radio, making him unable to summon for help.

During the struggle for the gun, Kelly fired a shot that struck Tallman in the head. Gresock then left the room to get help, Donnelly said.

Despite his head injury, Tallman continued to fight and was approaching Kelly. Donnelly said Kelly shot him three times in the chest and torso.

Tallman was pronounced dead at Washoe Medical Center.

It was unknown if Tallman was under the influence of methamphetamines at the time of the incident, but he had just given a urine sample that tested positive for meth.

Both officers told Tallman he was going to jail for violating his probation conditions, which required him to abstain from drugs.

Kelly is a seven-year veteran with the Nevada Parole and Probation Division. Gresock has been employed with the agency for one year.

According to police, Tallman was convicted Feb. 2 of being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm. The conviction was related to a November arrest by Reno police. Tallman already had been convicted in Oregon for possession of methamphetamine, resisting arrest and failing to appear in court, according to police.

Earlier this month, Tallman was sentenced to a three-year prison term that was suspended to one year of probation, police said.

Kelly and Gresock were placed on paid routine administrative leave.

Donnelly said the multi-jurisidiction team is continuing its investigation and asked anyone with information to contact authorities. Detectives can be reached at 334-2115 and Secret Witness at 322-4900.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 7:02:46 PM EDT

A scuffle with two probation officers that ended in the death of a Reno convicted felon





Woo Hoo! -1 Shitbird!



Link Posted: 2/9/2006 8:26:18 PM EDT

Originally Posted By BroncoGlenn:

A scuffle with two probation officers that ended in the death of a Reno convicted felon





Woo Hoo! -1 Shitbird!






++1!
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 9:31:57 PM EDT
Terrible that her partner ran out of the room yelling for help. D'oh.

At least dipshit won't be grabbing any more officer's guns.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 9:42:54 PM EDT
Link Posted: 2/10/2006 6:21:59 AM EDT
Great the bad guy got his...just lucky the girl put up a hell of a fight by herself. Her partner was useless. Shes damn lucky. At least there wont be any long drawn out court cases for that guy LOL...no jury duty for that one LOL.
Link Posted: 2/10/2006 5:23:21 PM EDT
I read this in the RGJ more than once I did not scream outloud my opinion at work or here,,,so here goes

Kara Kelley is a Hero for Her Life saved she had the Luck,Skills,Sun on her shoulders,whatever to Defend herself as a individual up against a known 'Crankster' and Pathetic POS with a career of Pathetic DipShitness.

I offer Kara praise and Thanks your still around as for the other Parole Officer involved get a new JOB!

I could NEVER trust anyone again who would desert in my time of need,,,just opinion
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 7:18:16 AM EDT
Exactly...man she put up a hell of a fight, shes very lucky no thanks to a worthless partner. Who in the hell in their right mind would ever want that guy as a partner....her yes....him no. Im going shooting this morning with one of the investigating officers and my son(his friend). Im gonna out shoot their ARs for them with my AK
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