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Stupid Case File for February 5, 2006

SCF Tip: Don't Carjack a Cop!

Thanks to The Cathouse for the tip!

Courtesy of The Houston Chronicle

An off-duty Richmond police officer shot two men, killing one, as they attempted to hijack her car in a northwest Harris County apartment complex Tuesday, police said.

The incident happened about 6:30 a.m. at 11011 Pleasant Colony in the Trails of Steeplechase apartments parking lot, Jersey Village Police Chief Charles N. Wedemeyer said.

Two armed men entered the officer's personal vehicle as she was putting her keys in the ignition. As one man pointed a pistol at her head and instructed her to move over, police said, she pulled out her weapon and fired. One man was pronounced dead at the scene. Another was flown by Life Flight to Memorial Hermann Hospital. His condition was unknown Tuesday night.

The name of the officer, who was not in uniform, has not been released. The shooting is being investigated by Jersey Village police, Texas Rangers and the Harris County District Attorney's Office. Richmond police and the Texas Rangers would not comment.


Blogger Johnny Undercover said...

Having grown up in the Houston area, let me translate that last sentence in the article for you:

"Richmond police and the Texas Rangers would not comment except to say 'Damn good shootin', girl!'

February 05, 2006 7:00 PM  

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