Police officer shot by partner trying to kill dog

gleet

What's black and white and red all over?
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Updated: 11/08 4:26 pm Published: 11/08 2:46 pm
MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - A Memphis Police officer was shot near the downtown area Thursday afternoon.

The incident occurred around 1 p.m. on Thursday, November 8, on the 500-block of Arrington Avenue. The officer, later identified as Willie Bryant with the Organized Crime Unit, was serving a warrant when he was shot. Bryant was transported to The MED where he is listed in critical condition.

Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong stated Bryant was accidentally shot by a fellow officer who was trying to shoot a pit bull, but missed. Officer Bryant was wearing a bulletproof vest.

Several suspects from the where the warrant was being served have been taken into custody.
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Hudson

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Was the pit bull on top of said officer??? Otherwise that's one tall pit bull.
 

KRSOne

Registered User
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Maybe we should disarm the police for their own safety.
This is the argument the libs use to take away carry rights, if someone in that theater had a gun it would have been worse because they could have missed and shot someone else. But you never hear them use that same argument to disarm the state.
 

Hudson

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This is the argument the libs use to take away carry rights, if someone in that theater had a gun it would have been worse because they could have missed and shot someone else. But you never hear them use that same argument to disarm the state.
Dogs like movies?
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
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We should just assign them billy clubs and a stern expression. That's all Sheriff Andy needed to control the vagrants in Mayberry.

In all fairness, one bullet should be standard issue. With one exception: it must remain in their shirt pocket.
 

MayrMeninoCrash

Liberal Psycopath
#10
In all fairness, one bullet should be standard issue. With one exception: it must remain in their shirt pocket.
And the gun should be locked in the glove compartment by a key kept in FBI headquarters and releasable only upon execution of a full bench warrant.
 
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