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1/9/20101FNBM66Mental Health102WM;M
Memphis Police Department
7 officers dispatched to scene of "armed mental cosumer" after being called by victim's sister. 1 officer remianed outside while the rest went inside. Kimbro was stabbing at wall. Ofc. Gibson talked to him and he refused to put down the weapon. Ofc. Faulkner then shot him in leg.Kimbro then lunged at Ofc Gibson Gibson sprayed him with pepper spray and Ofc Faulkner fired additional rouds from SL-6 "to no additional effect."Kimbro continued to advance and was shot by officers Hayden and Faulkner. Kimbro pronounced dead at scene. Files later note, his body showed three electrodes.
Memphis
Kitchen Knife, (4 rounds by Ofc. Hayden, 6 by Ofc. Faulkner)
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12/1/20101FYWM61Patrol11BF
Memphis Police Department
Officer T. Jones and D. Berford were responding to an alarm call at Fieldstone Apartments. Ofc. Jones entered and encountered Larry Stone, who was armed with a shotgun. Ofc. Jones called for additional cars on the radio and made verbal attempts to disarm Stone. He refused, threated the Ofc. Jones, and followed her around her car. ofc. Jones fired one round at close range. Suspect pronounced dead at scene.
MemphisShotgun
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1/23/20111FYBM41Shots Fired72WM;M
Memphis Police Department
"On Sunday, January 23, 2011, at approximately 1:43 pm, officer receiver shots fired with one down call at 1933 Thrift. Officers made the scene and were advised by witnesses that the person responsible was still in the area. Ofc. Adams and Ofc. Nelson arrived on the scene
Memphis
small caliber weapon, 4 rounds by Ofc. Nelson, 3 by Ofc. Adams
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3/9/20111NYBMUArmed RobberyUnknown1BM
Memphis Police Department
Ofc. Jefferson was on patrol when he oulled into a Walgreens lot and saw a B M running out of the store with a pistol, chased by a store clerk. The suspect jumped into a vehicle parked in front. He notified dispatch and pursued. Vehicle crashed at Park and Goodlett
Memphishandgun
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4/8/20111NYBMUAssault Unknown1BM
Memphis Police Department
Three security guards were assaulted by a gourp of men as they tried to take Wilkins into custody (he was banned from the property.) Officers Curry and Dickson responded. An unknown suspect fired at the officers and security guards. As a result, Ofc. Dickson and a security guard returned fire. None of the suspects were
Memphis
Off-Duty, Victim armed w/ handgun;Physical Evidence found at scene: 4 9MM (WIN) shells;One bullet fragment recovered from a bedroom;One .40 caliber;12 spent 9MM (FIOCCHI) shells
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4/19/20111NNBM23Patrol 11BF
Memphis Police Department
Ofc. Washington and Westrich were on patrol and noticed several Ms standing in front of Airways Villa Apartments. Washington contacted Task Force officers who drove to the front while they went around back. Task Force officers informed Ofc. Washington the individuals were (?)
Memphis
8
4/29/20111NYBMUOff-Duty41BM
Memphis Police Department
Ofc. Crutcher was shot by a suspect unknown to him while visiting a friend and returned fire. Ofc. Crutcher says he fired 4-5 shots. Both were wounded, but lived. Suspect ran off. No one was charged as there were conflicting stories and no reliable witnesses, but the use of force was deemed justified.
Memphis
3 spent .40 caliber casings found at scene;Officer claims to have fired 4-5 shots. Unknown number of shots by suspect.
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6/3/20111NNBM33Drugs21WM
Memphis Police Department
Drug tip to Organized Crime about a large amount of marijuana in an SUV… to a drug tip in an unmarked vehicle with three other team members. Ofc. Gaylor blocked the suspect's car in driveway of 910 Willet St., exited his car, and approached the suspect. Driver of suspect vehicle reversed up driveway and drove towards Ofc. Gaylor
Memphis
10
6/6/20111FYWM39Mental Health144W;W;H;B;W;W;BM;M;M;M
Memphis Police Department
Suspect approached officers with shotgun aimed at officers. Suspect told McDaniel to "not move motherfucker or[he] would kill him!" officers instructed suspect to drop his gun. Suspect did not comply and fired one shot as he retreated. The shot injured two officers. officers responded by shooting. Shot to back was Y. pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital.
Memphis
Ofc jenkins fired one round;Ofc. McDaniel fired one round;Ofc. Parnell fired six rounds;Ofc. Suarez fired six rounds;Suspect fired one round
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6/27/20111FYBM34
Carjacking;Sexual Assault;Kidnapping
465B;W;W;W;WM;M;M;M;M
Memphis Police Department
Officers were called to follow a carjacked van. The suspect ran into a conveience store at 680 Bellevue. The suspect pointed a B handgun directly at Officer Cowan and the other pursuing officers. Ofc. Cowans heard shots fired and fired twice. Jonathan Gross says he told the suspect to drop his weapon and then fired 10 shots. Ofc. Kiehl pursued the suspect on foot to the convience store, the syuspect fired oen shot at another office, and Kiehl fired until the victim fell to the ground. Welch had also pursued on foot, saw the suspect turn his gun on the officers, dropped to the kneeling position and fired several times, striking the suspect in his chest. 9 other officers alsp pursued the suspect, one being assaulted. However, only 7 were present at the scene and only 5 fired shots.
Memphis
7 officers total on the scene;Victim armed with handgun;Ofc jenkins fired one round;Ofc. McDaniel fired one round;Ofc. Parnell fired six rounds;Ofc. Suarez fired six rounds;Suspect fired one round
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6/28/20111UYBMU
Armed robbery;Assault
21WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 4/14/2013. officers Fulcher, Huff, Paige, Turner, Tucker, and Pike responded to an armed robbery of an individual. The individual had also been hit in the head with the suspect's gun. Fulcher, Pike, and Tucker knocked on front door of apartment. Suspect cracked door, officers gave commands to come out and get on the ground, and the supect quickly closed and locked the door. Suspect tried back door and saw officers were at the rear as well and proceeded again to the front door. Pike observed that the suspect was armed. Pike "feared for his life" and fired two shots. The suspect fled, leaving a blood trail. Three more Ms fled the scene immediately after.
Memphis
6 officers dispatched to scene, 4 witnesses. Victim fled the scene, condition unknown;Victim armed with pistol
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7/5/20111UYWM40Suicidal Person21WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 1/6/12. Civilian Spence Astle called Southhaven Police because Jesse Montogomery was threatenign to kill himself and his wife and another man present named Alex. Montogmery left in his red Chevy S-10 . Southhaven Police contacted memphis Police because of his threat of suicide. mr. Astle received a call from Montogmery saying he was" fucking done" and then heard a gun being "racked." He, David Lively, and Anothony Howelll then left his residence to travel to Montgomery's address in memphis at Titus St. Astle saw four officers at the residence when he arrived. He briefed them and gave them a key. officers saw an empty pill bottle and an empty holster but no one inside. They found him on the floorboard of his SUV. They began knocking on his windows to wake him . he had a Luger-style pistol in his hand with his finger on the trigger. Montgomery told them to "get the fuck away" and began walking towards the red Chevy S-10. He did not point the gun at the civilians. When Ofc Quinn arrived there were three squad cars. He drove into the yard. Ofc. Quinn noticied the gun pointed at Montgomery's head. He gave commands to drop the gun, but Montogomery did not comply. Montgomery said he was going home and headed towards the porch. Ofc. Quinn says Montgomery pointed the gun at him and Quinn fired two rounds at Montgomery. The shots wounded Montgomery in the thigh, groin, and forearm. He was taken to the hospital. Ruled justified.
Memphis
3 officer witnesses, Last known condition of victim: Transported to hosptial in critical condition;Victim armed with handgun
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7/13/20111NYBM21-23
Suspicious Person
21BM
Memphis Police Department
Suspect fired 4-5 shots at officers. File still says suspect name unknow, but they did apprehend him later.(?) name s in witness statements. Ofc. Fayne shot twice.
Memphis
Victim armed with handgun
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7/24/20111FYBM36
Domestic Violence
397UnknownM
Memphis Police Department
Close 9/26/12. Officers Giannini, Tarena responded first and knocked on the door. M told them to go away. F screamed for help and asked that they kick the door in. Giannini unscucessfully kicked open door. They heard three shots from inside and a woman screaming. Seconds later a M stuck his arm out the front door and fired shots at Giannini and Tarena. Both returned fire. Additionalcarss arrived. Officers heard more shots inside. after a brief standoff, Redick exited the apartment and fired. Seven officers returned fire and struck Redick who was taken into custody and transported to the Med and pronounced dead. Redick's wife, Latarsha Redick, was inside shto several times and pronounced DOA. Ruled justified.
Memphis
still under review;Victim armed with handgun;Ofc . James: 3 shots;Ofc. Coons: 4 shots;Ofc. Kololaos: 4 shots;Ofc. Gianninii: 6 shots;Ofc. Brewer: 7 shots;Ofc. Geronimo: 12 shots;Ofc. Tarena: 3 shots
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9/20/20111NYBMU
Suspicious person
11WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 11/14/11. Ruled justified.
Memphis
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9/25/20111UYBFUShots fired62W;BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 5/3/13. Davis and Voyles respinded to shots fired at Club Crave while patroling Beale St. officers gave verbal commands to drop weapon. He shot five times, she ran behind vehicle. He observed suspect on the ground and called ambulace. No one was in the line of fore when he discharged his weapon. Ruled justified.
Memphis
Victim transported in critical condition;report uses the word "nuetralized"; Victim armed w/ semi-automatic handgun;Voyles fired 5 rounds;Davis fired 1 round
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11/1/20112UNBMUBurgulary41WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 4/2/13. Officers responded to burgularly in progress. Three B Ms were loading items into SUV. Officers used car to block the W SUV and When they pursued, Alston jumped into the vehicle, Belll fled southbound and the driver attempted to trun over Ofc. Alkishawi. He shot four times into the car. The driver was hit twice. Jackson was transported in non-critical condition. , but was later advised criticalBell was later found hiding in a gray Blazer.
Memphis
3 officers total on the scene, 2 subjects fired at;3 suspects total;Victim's last known condition in hospital critical condition
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2/10/20121FNBM20
Suspicious persons, possible burgulary
41WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 9/26/2012;Three black males were observed brekaing into an apartment and the property manager called Officer Frank Amato. Officers Drewry and Davidson were on patrol and arrived quickly. Two of the suspects ran into a purple vehicle. Ofc. Davidson blocked the vehicle with his squad car and got out of the car with weapons drawn. The suspects backed up and then drove forward. Davidson was pinned between the vehicles and fired shots. The car attemted to speed away again and crashed in a sitch. The passenger was taken into custody. The driver (McCraven) was taken out of the car and pronounced DOA on the scene at 8:19. The use of deadly force was ruled justified.
Memphis
"Between 4 and 6" shots
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2/17/20121NNBM24Traffic stop21UM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 4/2/2013;Ofc. Perea and Jackson conducted a traffic stop. The passenger, Terry Hobbs, was taken out of the vehicle and paced in the squad car. Ofc. Jackson conducted a pat down of the driver, Carlos Hailey, when he "started to fidget and become non-complaint." Ofc. Perea came to assist and felt a bulge in Hailey's pants which caused Hailey to resist and fight officers. Hailey threw Ofc. Jackson to the ground and gained possession of OFc. Perea's asp bation, which he used to strike Ofc. Jackson. Ofc. Perea fired two shots, one striking Hailey's forearm. Hailey fled before being taken into custody by Ofcs. Jackson and Johnson, who arrived on the scene to assist.
Memphis
"Bulge in Hailey's pants" felt duing pat down, Hailey used officer's asp baton to strike Ofc. Jackson. 1 shot hit suspect
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3/4/20122NNBMUShoplifting11BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 05/29/12;Ofc. Morris was off-duty when he saw two unidentified black males shoplifting. Ofc. Morris notified Ofc. Eric Moore who was workign inside the store in his secndary employment capacity. Ofc. Moore was in full MOD uniform. Ofc. Morris who wa sin pain clithes, followed the susects into the parking lot along wth Ofc. Moore. He identified himself as police and gave verbal commands to stop. The suspects jumped into a waiting vehicle andnthe vehicle reversed, dragging Ofc. Morris underneath the vehicle. The vehicle continued and stoppped, then accelerated forward toward Ofc Morris. Ofc Morris pulled his duty weapon and fired one shot into the vehicle. The vehicle sped away, almost striking a witness and hitting a Ford pickup. The suspects and vehicle were never located.
Memphis
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3/6/20121NNBM32Assault 32BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 5/29/12;Ofc.H Savage was called to Rmeington College about a black male (Marlo Pride) assaulting a black female in the parking lot. Ofc. Michael Sims and Alfred Henderson (who were working at the college as secondary employment) met him. When Sims and Henderson approached the suspect, he jumped into his vehicle. Pride struck Ofc. Henderson in the thigh, thrwoign him to the ground. Ofc. Henderson fired one shot towards the vehicle. Ofc. Sims fired two shots. Vehicle sped away.
Memphis
1 shot by Ofc. Henderson, 2 by Ofc. Sims
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4/4/20121NYBM19Stolen car21BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 9/26/2012;Akaia Scott flagged down Ofc Shearer and Morton at the entrance to the Latern Square apartments and tols ifficers he had just seen his Impala that had been carjacked two days earlier in the parking lot. The police saw the vehicle pulling out and the impala accelerated at a high rate of speed once seeing the officers. Officers saw the car had left the roadway and the driver was running into the woods. Ofc. Shearer ran after Edwards Sample and a caught him and a fight ensued. Suspect Sample puleld out a handgun and shot twice at OFc. Shearer, hitting him in the chest. Ofc. Shearer shot Sample twice in his neck. Both were transported to the Regional Medical Center in critical condition.
Memphis
Hospitalized in critical condition, handgun, 2 shots fired by suspect
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4/19/20121NNBM24Traffic stop22B;BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 8/9/2012;Officers Knowlton and Davis made a traffic stop. The driver was not wearing a seatbelt and did not have a license. The driver was secured in the patrol car and the passenger was asked to step out of the vehicle. The passenger refused and maneuvered fromt he passenger's seat to the driver's seat and fled. Ofcs. Davis and Knowlton each fired one shot at the driver. at the time, it was unclear if the suspect was hit, but it was discovered later after his arrest on April 24, that he had been ht in the leg.
Memphis
Shot in leg, 1 shot fired by each officers
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5/8/20121FNBM35
Suspicious person
294W;W;W;WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 3/21/13;On 5/8/12, Ofcs. Hayden, Theriac, Wagner, and Woods responded to a sucpicious persons call. The officers located an occupied green Ford Taurus in the parking lot. The engine was running and the black male was asleep in the driver seat. officers attempted to awaken the man who began fighting officers when they reached into the vehicle to turn the engine off. Jones turned the engine back on and drove forward abd in reverse twice, nearly striking the officers an dragging Ofc. Theriac who was trapped in the door jam. All four officers fired at the suspect who roleld forward and struck a building. The suspect was pronounced DOA on the scene.
Memphis
33 shell casings found at scene: Theriac: 8;Wagner: 12;Hayden: 4;Woods: 5
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6/12/20121FNBM19Flagged down82W;WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 11/30/2012;On June 12, 2012, EDU Ofc. V. Fason was flagged down saying she was threatedned with a knife. Fason encountered the suspect (Freeman) and called for assustance. Ofcs. Berth and Meador arrived within seconds. They gave verbal commands for the suspect to drop the wepon and observed the suspect threatening fason. The suspect came towards them and both officers fired. The suspect was transported to the MED where he was pronounced DOA.
Memphis
Knife, Berth: 6 shots;Meador: 2 shots
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6/27/20121FNBMUStolen vehicle12BM
Memphis Police Department
Not specified if case is closed;A traffic stop was initiated because a Pontiac G6 that had been reported carjacked was located, even though this had been discovered to be a false report. The car was being driven by Hernando Dowdy. The suspect fled and strcuk another vehicle at Chuck and Knight. Ofcs. Archie, Bridgeforth, and Hendree pursued on foot. The suspect was holding his pants wile running and this was given as judtifcation because Archie says he thought he was holding a gun, but no weapon was on him. Ofc. Archie shot him in the back. He was transported to the Regional Medical Center (MED) where he died. The violation of deadly force was sustained and termination of Ofc. Archie was ordered. Archie had enetered shooting stance after only 13 seconds of pursuit and video showed the suspect running away from the officer and making no threats. Despite saying he had no cover, a large tree was visible. Despite running past several citizens while fleeing, Dowdy did not move to harm any of them.
Memphis
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7/2/20121NYBM43Armed Party123B;B;BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 9/25/2012, ruled justified;Ofcs Wren, Shelton, Battas, and Shaw arrived on scene of armed party at Goodman and Vanuys. The armed suspect had a sawed off shotgun and told officers they were gonna have to shoot him. Officers stated they gave the suspect commands to drop his weapon, but he refused and made threats toards the officers and hisown life. The suspect was walkign around a heavily-populated parking lot while waving around his weapon. The suspect crossed the street, walked behind a busines,s and turned towards the officers. Shots were exchanged at 5:06 p.m. Ofc. Wren was struck and transported in non-critical condition. The suspect was transported to the Med in critical condition.
Memphis
Hospitalized in critical condition, Sawed-off shotgun, 6 shots by Shelton, 2 by Wren, 4 by Batts
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9/24/20121FYBM15
Off-duty incident
31BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 4/9/2013, Use of Deadly Force ruled justified, but Notification When Weapons Fired and Personal Conduct violations sustained;While off-duty, Ofc Terance Shaw reported he was a victim of a robbery in whih he used deadly force against the perpetrtor causing fatal injuries. Ofc. Shaw had been meeting with the juvenile victim (Justin Thompson) who wanted to borrow money. Justin pulled a revolver on Shaw who fired several shots (3). Shaw drove away and called the dispatcher to report the shooting. Justin ran a short distance before collapsing in the front yard of 4720 Woodale. He was trasnported to The Med where he died. Interviews and witness statements suggest that the victim and officer had a sexual relationship and drugs may have been involved, although Ofc. Shaw denies those claims in his second statement. He also refused to provicde his phone so that the photos could be examined.The officer did not call for an ambulance after the shooting and turned off his car lights. Shaw resigned in lieu of termination.
MemphisRevolver
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12/14/20121NYBM21
Search warrant- Drugs
42B;UF;M;M
Memphis Police Department
Closed 7/12/15;ruled justified;On December 14, 2012 at 8:00 a.m., the Organized Crime Unit was serving a No Knock search warrant at 1062 Mendenhall Cove. Ofcs. Lang and Vrooman encountered gunfire from Treveno Campbell, Ofc. Lang returned fire, but was fatallly wounded. Ofc. Vrooman was struck in the upper right thigh. Ofc. Dotson had taken cover durign the intial gunfire, but preceeded to cover wounded OFc. Lang . Ofc. Dotson fired three rounds at Campbell. Officers arrested Campbell and Willie Braddock, who was also in the house.
Memphis
Officer died, 3 shots by Dotson, 1 by Lang
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12/27/20121FNBM32Armed Robbery72W;WM;M
Memphis Police Department
Closed 3/11/2013, Ruled justified;Ofcs. Hannond and Giannini were given an armed robbery in progress call at the McDonald's at 2062 Frayser. They arrived within seconds and saw the ribbers, who fled on foot. Both officers pursued, giving commands. One suspect was conrnered trying to sclae a fence. The suspect turned, making furtive movements with his hands concelead inside the front pockets of a pullover sweater. Bot offciers opened fire, fatally wounding the suspect. The second suspect was able to elude officers. The dispacther was notified. Livingston was pronoumced dead on the scene. Gentry Humes and Arkeshia Thorne were arrested two days later.
Memphis
4 shots by Hammond, 3 by Giannini
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12/30/20121NYBM34Shots fired11BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 2/4/2013, ruled justified;On December 30, 2012, Officer Clement Marks was looking for a suspect on an unrelated call in the area of Joy Lane and Airways. While driving, Ofc. Marks heard shots being fired and drove towards the area. He saw suspect Prentiss Moore standing on the side of 2388 Joy Lane pointing a rifle at him. He gave verbal commands to stop and then fired one time from his shotgun, missing him. Suspect Moore threw the rifle down and ran inside the residence. The male was later taken into custody without incident.
Memphis
12-gauge shotgun;1 round shot with duty shotgun (Remington 870)
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1/11/20131FYWM67Search Warrant31WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 4/12/2013, ruled justified;Tact Unit officers were asked to assist in the execution of a search warrant which was obtained by Memphis Animal Control officers. Prior to the execution, officers were warned the suspect may be armed. Officers announced their presence and gave commands. The suspect refused to comply. officers located the uspect in the bedroom. Upon entering the bedroom, the suspect raised a gun and pointed it at Ofc. Penny. Ofc. Penny fired his duty-issued weapon striking the suspect. the suspect's injuries were fatal.
Memphis
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1/17/20131FYBM24
Loud music disturbance
152W;WM
Memphis Police Department
Close date not specified, ruled justified;Ofcs received a loud music disturbance call to 3193 Tyrol Court. While checkign the area, they encountered a male who was passed out behind the wheel of a running vehicle at 3197 Royal Knight. While trying to aaccess the situation Ofc. Aufdenkamp noticed a handgun on the suspect's lap and alerted his partner. When they awakened the subejct, he pointed his gun at the officer sna dn both officers opened fire. The suspect was fatally wounded.
Memphis
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1/23/20131NYBM18Armed party51BM
Memphis Police Department
File close date not indicated, ruled justified;On January23, Officer C. Ross received an armed party call to 935 S. Highland. He confornted a black male suspect armed with a handgun. Ofc. Ross gave orders for suspect to drop weapon. The suspect, Bo Moore, refused and pointed his weapon at OFc. Ross. Ofc. Ross fired his on-duty handgun. Ofc. Edward Moore was also present.
Memphis
handgun, shots struck pelvis and leg
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2/14/20132NNBM34
Domestic Violence
11BM
Memphis Police Department
On February 14, 2013, Ofc. Carrous responded to a domestic violence call at 1485 Cameron. Upon his arrival, he was met by two witnesses and the suspect. He walked towards the vehicle occupied by the suspect and a female occupant. He identified himself as an officer and gave verbal commands. According to OFc. Carrous, he felt that the suspect was going to run him over with the truck. He fired his on-duty handgun once, aiming to at the right tire to disable the vehicle. The review foudn that he had no reason to believe the suspect was an immediat ethreat and sustained his violation of use of deadly force. He was suspecnded for five days and required to take 8 hours of deadly force training. officer Carrous had previously been orally reprimanded twice, received a written reprimand once, and suspended for 2 days and required to take remedial driving in 2012. Case closed 10/30/13
Memphis
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3/10/20131FYBMUArmed party22WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed date not specified, ruled justified;On Sunday, March 10, 2013, at approximately 3:06 a.a., Officer Brandon Hatley and Ofc. Forrest Wright were dispatched to an armed party call at Georgia and Lauderdale. Both arrived and received information from a witness that a black male was carrying a shotgun and firing shots. they located a black male in front of 486 with a shotgun and commanded him to drop the weapon, but the suspect did not comply. Shot were fired, striking the suspect. He was pronounced DOA by Memphis Fire Department paramedi Pintrick at 3:24 a.m.
Memphis
Shotgun, 1 shot by each officer
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3/27/20131FNBM42Shoplifting12B;BM;F
Memphis Police Department
Ruled justified;Ofc. Dickson and his partner, Ofc. Washington, were on routine patrol at 3950 Auston Peay (Wal-Mart). Ofc. Dickson was notified by off-duty security, Ofc. K. Houston of a possible shoplifting suspect. Ofc. Houston walked into the parking lot where the possible susoect (George Golden) was located. Ofc. Dickson got into his mared squad car where his partner was and notified her of the events. Mr. Golden and Ofc. Houston engaged in a fight and Officers Dickson and Washington went to assist her. Mr. Golden would not comply with officers' commands and a foot pursuit occurred. During this encounter, Ofc. Dickson shot Golden once. After the shooting, Mr. Golden continued to resist as the played him in handcuffs. Video evidence later showed that Ofc. Houston kicked Golden during attemts to handcuff him.
Memphisshot in chest
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4/10/20131FNWM47
Road rage incident
11WM
Memphis Police Department
Ruled justified;Ofc. Saldana heard a call on the radio regarding a road rage disturbance at the Appling Farms precinct. Dispatchers advised he had threatened to kill two civilians. While checking the area he encountered a male who was recklessly driving a Ford Mustang in the parking lot of the Apppling Farms precinct. Ofc. Saldana saw the car leave the lot. He followed until it had an accident on the on-ramp to go west on I-40 from Sycamore View. The male jumped out of his vehicle and appraoched Ofc. Saldana. He refused to show his hands and OFc. Saldana fired his on-duty wepaon, striking Brock in the chest. The suspect was fatally wounded.
Memphis Shot in chest
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4/20/20131NNBM25Stolen vehicle21UM
Memphis Police Department
Ruled justified;The members of the Multi Agency Gang Unit were conducting an operation at the New Park Cemetery durign a gang funeral. Det. P. Jones identified a black Porshe with a stolen license plate and initatiated a traffic stop after the funeral, but the driver refused to stop. Det. Jones alerted Sgt. M. Pierce on the radio that the vehicle was heading to the south exit. When the driver saw Sgt. Pierce, he stopped the vehicle. As the vehicle stopped. Det. Jones was approaching on foot. The driver then put the vehicle in reverse and drove towards Det. Jones who fired two shots at the vehicle before it rammed his Ford Explorer and fled. The driver, Charles Lewis, was arrested shortly after exiting the Proshe and trying to flee on foot. Charles Lewis was not struck nor was the Proshe.
Memphis
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4/23/20131FNBM28Traffic stop72W;WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 9/6/13, ruled justified;On Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at approximately 6:40 p.m., Officer Steve McMillen and Officer Joel Dunaway were inside the North Side Markeet located at 1414 Jackson when they received a phone call from Ofc. Brooks. Ofc. Brooks was across the street at Cricket Communicationwhen he made the phone call. Ofc. brokks advised that a male black occupying a purple Chevy was in the parking lot and that the tags were expired and that the male had fled from him the day before. Ofc. Dunaway and McMillen located a black male pumping gas into the purple Chevy. As the officers appraoched, the male black got into his vehicle and accelerated, striking both officers in an attemt to flee. Ofc. McMillen and Dunaway fired several shots into the vehicle, striking the male black severla times. The male black was fatallly wounded and pronounced DOA at the scene by Memphis FD paramedic A. Kog at 6L55 p.m.
Memphis
4 rounds struck the victim;3 were in the vehicle;5 fired by McMillen, 2 by Dunaway
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6/15/20131NY BM29Alarm call31BM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 9/17/13, ruled justified;On June 14, 2013 at 0305 hours, Ofc. F. Reading and his partner Ofc. K. Shannon responded to an alarm call at 2939 Wedge Cover (The Crossing at Fox Meadows Apartments). The officers were met by complaintant Carolyn McCallum, who advised wthat when she arrived home, she observed a shadow inside her apartment. Ofc. reading walked towards the west side of the apartment. he was met by a black male with a shotgun. Of. reading issued commands to stop. Joe Willis raised the shotgun and pointed it towards Ofc. Reading. Ofc. Reading fired three shots from his MPD issues handgun, striking the suspect one time. The suspect fled and was later located at Baptist Desoto Hospital in Southhaven, Mississippi. He was later airlifted to The Med in Memphis.
Memphis
shotgun, 1 round hit suspect
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7/1/20131FY WM33
Armed person;Mental Crisis
51WM
Memphis Police Department
Closed 9/10/13, ruled justified;On July 1, 2013 at 1741 hours, officers of the Mt. Moriah precinct repsonded to an armed mental case call at 5071 Parkside. The suspect, Johnny Taylor, was firing shots in his house and outside. Officer Zachary Apel was the first officer to confront the suspect and was fired on by the suspect. Ofc. Apel returned fire with his shotgun, killing Johnny Taylor.
Memphis
.40 caliber semi-automatic;officer fired rounds with 12 gauge shotgun
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10/15/20131FYBM32
Arrest warrant;attempted murder
1110U
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Memphis Police Department
Closed 6/9/14;Use of deadly force violations ruled justified for Robert Braden and Phillip Penny. Violations of Duties of Members and Neglect of Duty were sustained fro Phillip Penny, Howard Godfrey (although his Neglect of Duty was later overturned), Charles Morris, Ernest Greenleaf, Webb Prince, and Sean Silvers. These officers were suspeded for 20 days. Violation of Inventory Controls was sustained for Kenneth McKnight and Jeremy Knudsen;These charges stemmed from a barricade incidicent with TACT officers on October 15, 2013. Suspect Aaron Dumas was wanted in connection with a double shooting that occurred days before. As TACT officers attemoted to enter a bedroom to arrest Dumas, Dumas fired shots and hit Ofc. Timothy Jackson in the leg. TACT officers extracted Jackson and retreated to obtain more favorable cver. During the course of the barricade, approval was granted to introduce chemical agent into the bedroom. It was deployed using two SL_1 40 mm launchers. Shortly after agent was deployed, Dumas fled from the room, firing two shots towards TACT officers. Paul Hutchinson was struck in the leg. Ofc. R. Braden returned fire. Shortly after, a fire was observed in the bedroom where Dumas has been. TACT officers were ordered to pull back. When the scene was deemed safe enough for Memphis Fire Department to extinguish the fire, the structure had been totally destroyed and Dumas was found dead in a bathroom near the rear of the house. He was not shot, nor was his body burned. The investigation revelaed that 10 rounds of chemical agent were deployed, 9 of which entered the structure by three officers: Sean Silvers, Davin Clemons, and James Butler. In addition, 3 spent 37mm 570 Short Range Riot Control shell casings and 7 spent 40mm Barricade Penetrator shell casings were found. The 37mm CS Short Range Riot Control rounds are marked for "Outdoor USe Only" due to potential risk of fire and permissionw as not given to use them.
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Ofcs. Braden and Penny discharged their rifles. Braden fired between 4 and 6 shots. Penny fired 7 rounds into the door (4) and the wall (3). Silvers, Clemons, and Butler discharged chemical agents. Three "Outdoor Use Only" Riot Control rounds were also dischraged by Sean Silvers.
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Closed 12/3/13, ruled justified;Lt. R. Cowans was separated from the rest of the OCU Vice and Narcotics Team at 900 Leon Place. An unknown black male confornted him and pointed a handgun at him. Lt. Cowans fired four shots with his MPD duty weapon. The suspect fled the scene and was not located. The suspect was later identified as Jimmy Miller and he was arrested 11/14/13. It was determined he had not been injured by Lt. Cowans.
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