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The only thing I smell is bacon and eggs for breakfast, honestingine. My understanding of the incident from the article and news was the felon, a known meth addict/possible trafficker who has been known to carry weapons and drugs, was wanted for a warrant that may or may not have been relayed as violent tendencies. The officers gave chase on foot, attempted to end the chase and catch the felon with a taser device and then, after the felon got in a 4000 pound car and escalated the encounter, they were forced to draw and fire their weapons.
Don't see where there may be anything covered up there...
Good to hear. The more police cars in neighborhoods, the better.
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