Used Mazda Near Littleton MA

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Authorities released revealing body cam video and the cause of death Friday for an armed suspect in an officer-involved shooting on Tuesday near the Las Vegas strip. The shootout and subsequent stand-off situation, left two Metro Police officers shot and one injured. The Clark County Coroner’s office said 25-year-old Miguel Salas died from a fatal shot to the head. Salas was the suspect named in the officer-involved shooting incident that happened Tuesday evening. In the body cam video of the shooting, police asked Salas to step out of the truck and he refused. “Step out of the car,” an officer is heard saying. “Why do you need me to step out of my car?” Salas said. “I’m not doing nothing!” “Yes, you are. You’re not listening to our command. Do you want to get tased?” the officer said. In the video, an officer holds Salas’ left wrist as he argued with the police. In a split second, Salas grabs a gun and starts firing at police. Officers run for cover and fire back at Salas. “Shots fired! I’ve been hit! Shots fired, I’ve been hit!” Metro Police Officer Richard Nelson is heard yelling. Police said units originally responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle, that was connected to a report of a stolen cell phone, parked in front of a business in the 4100 block of West Tompkins Avenue at 4:15 p.m.

According to Metro Police Sgt. Jeff Clark, as officers approached the vehicle, the suspect opened fire and struck two officers from inside the vehicle. Officer Richard Nelson, 33, was wearing a bullet proof vest when he was hit in the lower left chest area and subsequently transported to University Medical Center. Nelson has four children and his parents and fiance were at the hospital while he was treated. Sgt. Clark updated the situation and reported Officer Nelson “was okay” after the incident. The other officer, who has not been identified, was also hit, but his uniform belt kept him from suffering any wounds, police said. “It doesn’t matter what area this happens in, everybody comes together and supports each other (in times like these),” Sheriff Joe Lombardo said. Officer Nelson has been employed with the department since April 2009. He has been placed on routine paid administrative leave pending the outcome of a review of this incident. Metro Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts briefed the media Friday afternoon, said he spoke to both officers involved in the shooting and both are “doing well.”

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34 thoughts on “Used Mazda Near Littleton MA”

  1. I would say there was some serious crossfire danger when the officer started shooting. Terrible situation. Of course, his behavior drew their attention and alarmed them. I am thankful the officers made it.

  2. Im pissed they didn’t taze or shoot that stupid guy in truck. Asking him all nice to get outta this truck…..they never treated me that nice when asking me to get out of my car. Just last month I tried to roll my window up an the cop was already ready to tackle me through the window. When I did get out he cuffed me for being smart cuz I wasn’t doing anything but sitting in my car. Plus im a woman too….this was a man. They deserved to get shot for being so damn dumb!!

  3. And you wonder why police get so frustrated with sovern citizens. These are the folks they deal with and then they have to confront loud mouth intitled brats as well. Goodness all these folks need raises.

  4. Hell no fuck this. This is why those “Covering citizens” guys need to just comply, shit like this is why cops are paranoid. Rather be a living asshole than a dead nice guy.

  5. …Officer # 2 should have not left the passenger side ( as he had a clear line of site to the subjects right hand ) and should have been ready to draw his weapon or had it drawn while forcefully instructing the subject to keep his right hand up high and visible at all times….explaining any other movement will be considered a deadly threat….. …Officer # 1 should keep holding the subjects left arm out the window, standing slightly to the rear of the vehicle to avoid the direct line of fire …….Officers also needed to call for back up as soon as subject refused to step out…………As soon as the subjects right hand goes down and out of site, Officer #2 would be forced to fire from the passenger side…if a weapon was seen, the word ” Gun” would be yelled and Officer # 1 would have to step back and also draw and fire ……

  6. The second that wetback doesn’t get out of the truck I give him a baton in the mouth. Repeatedly. Until he gets out or is unconscious or dead.

  7. I am not doing anything bad because I will get shot straight away and now I am just going to say … POW

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  8. Las Vegas cops are probably the chillest cops around. They are so used to the hustle and bustle of people partying that nothing really phases them. They gave him plenty of calm chances to comply.

  9. Why was he reaching up to turn his cam off RIGHT before he had to run. I saw the guy make a quick movement but I can’t find the gun. Can anyone see it?

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