June 21, 2019 by hotminnie
Europäische Medien berichten meist nur, in den USA würden rassistische Polizisten wahllos Schwarze abknallen. Die zahlreichen Morde an Polizisten in den USA werden verschwiegen, weil sie nicht in dieses Scheinbild passen.
Ein Polizeibericht aus Sacramento, Californien, schildert nüchtern einen solchen Mord an einer Polizistin.
On June 19, 2019, at approximately 11:43 a.m., the Sacramento Police Department received a call regarding a disturbance between a male and a female. Officers made contact with the involved female at a residence in the 3700 block of Esperanza Drive.
At approximately 5:41p.m. officers responded to a residence in the 200 block of Redwood Avenue to standby while the involved female gathered some belongings from a residence.
At approximately 6:10 p.m., officers on scene reported shots had been fired, and an officer was struck by gun fire. The suspect continued to fire multiple times and the officers believed the gun used by the suspect was a rifle type firearm.
At approximately 6:54 p.m., additional officers responded with an armored vehicle to rescue the officer that had been shot. At approximately 6:59 p.m., the officer was transported to a local area hospital.
Officers remained on scene and secured a perimeter to contain the suspect who sporadically shot at officers. Throughout this prolonged event, multiple officers returned fire. Officers also evacuated nearby residents in the area.
Officers from the Crisis Negotiation Team eventually established communication with the suspect. Several hours later, at approximately 1:54 a.m., on June 20, 2019, the suspect surrendered and was safely taken into custody. Officers secured the scene for CSI and detectives.
The officer who was shot, Tara Christina O’Sullivan, succumbed to her injuries after being transported to the hospital.
Officer O’Sullivan was hired by the Sacramento Police Department in January of 2018 as a Community Service Officer. In July of that same year, she entered our police academy as a police recruit and graduated from the academy on December 20, 2018.
Howard Chan, Sacramento City Manager: “We are heartbroken for the loss of Tara O’Sullivan, an officer who served our community and the Sacramento Police Department with honor, integrity and commitment. Our hearts and thoughts are with her family, friends and colleagues during this tragic time, and we at the City of Sacramento share in their immense grief.”
Mayor Darrell Steinberg: “To Tara’s parents and family, and Tara’s fellow officers, I am so sorry. As a father I am grieving with you. As Mayor of the city she swore to protect, our city is heartbroken and we are here for you every step of the way.” –
Over the next several days, Homicide Detectives, Internal Affairs, and Crime Scene Investigation Units will be at the scene to conduct an officer-involved shooting investigation. As part of the department’s protocol, this incident is being investigated in conjunction with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, the Sacramento City Attorney’s Office and the City’s Office of Public Safety Accountability.
At this time, we have identified five officers who fired their duty weapons during this incident. These five officers each have between three and five years experience with our department. All were placed on paid administrative leave per standard protocol.