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#376358 - 05/11/10 02:43 PM Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained
Marty Offline
At around 5:20pm on May 9th 2010, P.C. #437, Alpheus Parham and a special constable responded to reports of a male person behaving in a disorderly manner at The Split area in Caye Caulker. As a result, a male person by the name of Alex Goff was detained and escorted to the Police Station.
Shortly after, a second incident occurred at the police station. Acting upon information received, the Police responded to the eastern cell block of the Caye Caulker Police Station where the lifeless body of a dark skinned male person was seen in a sitting position against the wall, suffering from what appeared to be a single gunshot wound to the forehead.
The body was later identified as one Alex Goff, 31, of #33 Mopan St., Belize City. Initial Investigation revealed that the victim was detained and escorted to the Caye Caulker police station where he was placed inside the cell block for disorderly conduct and assaulting a Police Officer.
After Goff was placed inside the cell, he continued to make noise, and P.C. # 437 Alpheus Parham re-visited the cell block and began speaking to him. The diarist reported hearing a loud bang then immediately saw the officer exit the cell and placed a .38 revolver inside the diarist desk [drawer], subsequently the officer left the station.
The other officer on duty then made checks inside the cell where he reportedly saw the victim bleeding from what appeared to be a single gunshot wound to the forehead. The body was transported to K.H.M.H. where it awaits a post mortem. The .38 revolver has been recovered. As is customary when a shooting involves a police officer The Office of Internal Affairs and Discipline is conducting an intensive investigation. Officer Parham is detained pending charges.

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#376359 - 05/11/10 02:45 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: Marty]
Marty Offline

A Cop Kills on Caye Caulker

In June of 2003 Ruben “Pony” Alarcon was killed in the Caye Caulker Police station; shot in the head by a policeman who claimed that Alarcon – who was detained – was advancing on him.

7 years later, we have an ugly repeat of history to report as yesterday evening another man was killed in the Caye Caulker station, except this time 31 year old Alex Goff was killed in his cell. Here’s the story from Caye Caulker.

It all started here at the Lazy Lizard, the bar at the split. It is a gorgeous, picturesque location, but at around 5:30 in the evening, Alex Goff was involved an altercation and his friend Jimbo – with whom he had been drinking - tried to defuse it.

Kareem "Jimbo" Bowen, Friend of Alex Gough
"Look like somebody from, like you know Chaplain, must be tell the Police something about me and my lee bway. I told him, brother, 'Stop going on like that with me.' He wanted to fight with me and all. I told him, 'I would never disrespect you, G. Stop live like that with me.' And we roll and thing. The Police had already passed us and they turned back and came and pushed my lee bway, punched him in his face right in front of me. I told him, 'Big Man, you chanced my lee bway.'"

Voice of Eyewitness
"They only took the one young man and he was fighting back and resisting the officer from putting him on the cart. I couldn't hear what was being said because they were far away but one police officer then punched him. Then he started fighting back a lot more vigorously. And the police kept trying to restrain him on the cart. And at one point he jumped off the cart and they = both police officers - went back and put him back on the cart. And they drove off."

Kareem "Jimbo" Bowen, Friend of Alex Gough
"Afterwards, they told him, 'Watch what will happen to you when you reach the Station.'"

Those words would prove tragically prophetic. This is the account of another friend who saw them take him into the station.

Voice of Eyewitness
"What I saw, the police officer, right - which they said kill Alex - I stood up and I saw him take Alex by his hand, so he held Alex by his hand like this. So I said, 'Where are they going with Alex, now?' I already knew that it was in there they were going to lock him up because they don't have anywhere else to go. Within 15 minutes of that, you know? By the time I reached here, Alex dead."

Within 15 minutes, he had been shot dead.

Sgt. Leslie Wade, Caye Caulker Police
"The Police officer who was in charge of the relief at the time, P.C. #437 Alpheus Parham, he visited the cell block - as they said, Alex Gough was behaving in a disorderly manner - to try and calm him down. It was then the diarist outside heard a loud bang. Immediately, he said Parham exited the cell block area, handed over a .38 revolver along with 5 live rounds and he left the Police Station. The diarist, P.C. Federico Tush went inside the cell block where he saw the said Goff in a sitting position and he had what appears to be a gunshot wound to the forehead and it was bleeding."

Goff was dead, killed in the cell for no known reason; it has all appearances of an execution his friends say.

Gilbert Diaz, Friend of Alex Gough "Why would you open my cell and just shoot me in the head in a police holding cell? It's crazy! No matter what I do, no matter what crime I do, I could do any crime, there is no right for a police officer to come into my holding cell and just shoot me in the head. It's totally taking advantage of the child's life."

Dan Man, Friend of Alex Gough
"These police in Caye Caulker drink a lot. And all of them bear guns. And I think that is one thing the residents of Caye Caulker should look into -- drunken policemen who are not themselves when on duty. And I think it was a drunken police, off duty too, who did such an act. And if it wasn't him, then why did he flee immediately?"

Voice of Eyewitness
"Drunken cops killed a handicapped man. He is not really handicapped because he is not disabled....You know there is no way Alex could really fight back. I am not saying that if you knock me, I won't knock you back, but there is nothing that he could do to this officer that would lead to this."

Indeed he did have a disability – the result of another violent incident.

Kareem "Jimbo" Bowen, Friend of Alex Gough
"The other day, they chopped this man in his head. This man, like he can't talk because he has a deep chop wound in his head. A young bway from Carmelita. He is disabled. I don't know why they chanced this young bway out of his life. This man already reached the Station already and he is already paralysed already. Why the policemen at Caye Caulker take advantage?"

Sister of Alex Goff
"What they are doing is wrong. People's lives are valuable. They just can't go around doing the things that they are doing and the families are supposed to sit back and let it happen.

But will the police sit back – and again drag their feet on bringing charges?

Sgt. Leslie Wade, Caye Caulker Police
"Definitely the file will be sent to the DPP for further instructions and I beleive, thereafter, whatever charges will be levied, will be levied."

And while Caye Caulker waits as the file is at the DPP, what were once isolated events are becoming indicative of a worrying trend where police seem to be doing as they were told on April first.

Crispin Jeffries, Commissioner of Police, April 1, 2010
"We will have to speak to people in the court system thereafter, because they will be shot and killed when they are caught. There is no doubt in my mind that if they can operate this way with impunity, we will have to respond in similar manner."

P.C. # 437 Alpheus Parham walked out of the police station after handing over his weapon and was not arrested until this morning. Late news from police is that he has been charged for murder.

After the killing an angry crowd gathered outside the Caye Caulker Police station – demanding to see the body. They stayed out there for hours, but Police waited them out and reportedly moved the body after 1:30 am.

This is the fourth person to be killed by police since February fifteenth.

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Caye Caulker cop charged with on-duty murder of Alex Goff

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alex goff

Since December of last year, five persons have been victims of police shootings. The most incident occurred on Sunday evening in Caye Caulker Village when thirty one year old Alex Goff was shot dead in the Police cell block. Last December, when Christopher Galvez was killed, a Corporal was fingered as one of the key stage players in the incident. In February, Jamaican, fifty-four year old O’Neil Jones was shot and killed as he rode away from a bar in Lord’s Bank, In March, PC Gavin Sanchez was shot nine times by Sergeant Paulino Reyes at the San Pedro Police Station. Then only three weeks ago Stephen Buckley was shot in the head during a police search by Inspector Dennis Lopez. But back to the most recent incident in Caye Caulker which has claimed the life of Alex Goff. Goff was briefly in Police Constable Alpheus Parham’s custody at the police station’s cell block on Sunday evening when he was killed. The officer disappeared momentarily, but was apprehended this morning and brought to Belize City. While Goff is no saint and has had numerous run-ins with the law, members of the Caye Caulker community are outraged at the police behavior. There are many questions that arise from Goff’s death and the constable is not saying much about what led to the shooting. News Five’s Marion Ali was on La Isla Carinosa today and files this report.

Marion Ali, Reporting

Police Constable 437, Alpheus Parham, is tonight detained pending charges following the shooting death of thirty-one year old Alex Goff, a handicap who had just moved to the island three months ago. The shooting happened around five-twenty on Sunday evening inside the Caye Caulker Police cell block. It followed Goff’s apprehension a few minutes earlier when the manager at the Lazy Lizard called police to remove an unruly Goff from his establishment. The businessman declined an on camera comment, but he did tell us that Goff had assaulted a tourist earlier and on Saturday, at the same location, he had had helped himself to money belonging to another tourist. It is an incident that Goff’s friends do not deny, but one of them says he found the money. In any case, they denounce the way his life was taken.

Dan Man, Friend of Alex Goff

dan man

dan man

“We were with a white bwai that was hanging out, we were showing him around and showing him the local attributes and he was buying us drinks and we were all swimming and drinking, meeting friends. That’s what we do.”

Marion Ali

“So at what point did things get sour and they had to call for the police?”

Dan Man

“I think it was a conflict between two bartenders and him, a verbal conflict, and they had blamed him for finding some money which some tourist lost on some day. I mean, weh deh pan ground dah fi dog. If I didn’t come and jack you then I have all right to keep whatever I find. One of the policemen was very aggressive and they were choking and hitting on him and saying “watch weh wah happen to yoh when we reach di station”. Now when they gone to the station we weren’t allowed to visit him and there were some youths that were on the basketball court beside the police station who said that they heard a bang. It was then that it was confirmed that he was killed in a sitting position.”

kareem bowen

kareem bowen

Kareem Bowen, Friend of Alex Goff

“One ah fi we bally give we wah hundred dollars fi share and ting right. Dah wah hundred dollars so we share it twenty-five each and ting same way. So he just buy wah lee beer and thing. Den we roll from di Split cause he di cuss up and thing. I tell ah bwai stop go on so bredda and I tell he mek we roll from yah cause weh happen bally weh dehn call Chaplin, he di trip pan di man and thing. So I tell he mek we push off from yah and ting fi avoid problem den. Di man dehn just roll up pan we, rub we down, grab my lee bwai, handcuff ah to di golf cart and ker ah. I tell ah noh worry bout nothing, I wah come si yoh directly. And like boom, aftawards when I gone back dah di split and I tek wah next beer and like yeah I di come out and bam, di lady from di split tell me how ih hear dehn kill yoh bally and ting, di young bwai weh mi deh wid yoh. I tell ah kill my bally? So I run gone dah station and den I yer dehn kill my bally and thing last night.”

Gilbert Diaz, Adopted Father

gilbert diaz

gilbert diaz

“If you making noise and can’t control them throw some water and you cool them down okay. I don’t think it’s right to go in there and shoot the guy in his head; that’s crazy. Government needs to go in there and do something about it. I was a victim, I’ve been beat by police before, I’ve been locked down for disorderly conduct. You drink a beer, you get out of; they put you in a cell, let you relax and then send you home back.”

Marion Ali

“Do you think this is what happened to your friend Alex yesterday? He was under the influence and he needed some time to sober up?”

Gilbert Diaz

“Yeah, not because he was…”

Marion Ali

“But he was assaulting anybody?”

Gilbert Diaz

“He wasn’t aggressive because half of his body was paralysed. He got a big cut on his head and he can’t even talk too well.”

caye caulker police stationDan Man also alleges that after his friend was killed he too was assaulted by one of the police officers. And while some islanders have expressed the need for authorities to crack down on trouble makers from Belize City, Dan Man says neither he nor his friend fall in that category.

Dan Man

“People from Belize City that come to Caye Caulker come for a better life because out here is paradise and we ourselves wouldn’t tolerate anyone that is making Caye Caulker look bad. We were waiting to see them remove the body. They didn’t move the body until one-thirty or so this morning when there was no one there but his immediate friends. And this police said don’t let me meet you here tomorrow. I said nobody have the right to take me off the island if I’m not causing any violence. He said don’t let me see you on the island. I said you can’t take me anywhere then when he was coming back he said I’m going to detain you. I said you can’t detain me and then he pushed me in the water off the pier. I quickly got out of the water because I didn’t know if he was going to follow me. But when I got out of the water, he attacked me again but he missed. He attempted to probably hit me to the ground or to punch me up or so right and I think that was uncalled for.”

Marion Ali

“Have you and this officer had a previous confict?”

Dan Man

“No previous conflict. I was just talking for my rights that police brutality is out of control.”

While the Officer in Charge, Sergeant Leslie Wade says Goff was acting disorderly at the Split and that he even assaulted a police officer, he added that police are not excluding that his killing could have been a murder.

Sgt. Leslie Wade, O.C., Caye Caulker Police Station

sgt. leslie wade

sgt. leslie wade

“They said Alex Goff was detained at the Caye Caulker police detention cell for the offences of disorderly conduct and assaulting a police officer.”

Marion Ali

“This assault of the police officer occurred when?”

Sgt. Leslie Wade

“That was prior sometime after five o’clock. As a result, they said Alex Goff was placed inside the cell block and shortly after six he was behaving in a quite disorderly manner and PC Alpheus Parham, who was the police officer in charge of the relief at that time, visited the said cell block where the diarist, PC Federico Tush, reported that he heard a bang inside the cell. We have one police officer, Mr. Alpheus Parham, he has been detained and escorted to Belize City and the investigation continues at this time.”

Marion Ali

“What is he claiming? What happened inside that cell?”

Sgt. Leslie Wade

“At this time we have no information from PC Parham in respect to this incident.”

Marion Ali

“And how are police looking at this killing; as a sudden death, as a self defense; what?”

Sgt. Leslie Wade

“Like all police matters, we are treating it as an ordinary homicide/murder.”
In November of 2009 Goff was critically wounded and had to undergo surgery for the chop wound he suffered on his head in Carmelita Village, Orange Walk. Reporting for News Five, Marion Ali.

Parham will be arraigned on Tuesday. In 2007, the Court of Appeal upheld a sentence upon Sheldon Arzu, a former Police Constable assigned to Caye Caulker who was found guilty and sentenced to thirteen years after he was found guilty of the Manslaughter of Ruben “Pony” Alarcon. The incident occurred at the same police station and Arzu claimed self-defense but witnesses testified that Alarcon had no weapon and posed no threat.

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#376379 - 05/11/10 05:00 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: Marty]
Peter Jones Offline
What on earth is this place coming to? Are we seeing the early stages of the introduction of a police state?

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#376388 - 05/11/10 06:38 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: Peter Jones]
seashell Offline
I'm still waiting to hear the outcome of the Reyes shooting of Corporal Sanchez. Anyone know the dispostion there?


Edited by seashell (05/11/10 06:39 PM)
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#376393 - 05/11/10 06:55 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: seashell]
Amanda Syme Offline
I don't think it has gone to court yet - i think the case is next week.

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#376398 - 05/11/10 07:13 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: Amanda Syme]
seashell Offline
Thanks Amanda.
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#376558 - 05/12/10 02:10 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: seashell]
Marty Offline

Caye Caulker shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained

Alpheus Parham
At around 5:20pm on May 9th 2010, P.C. #437, Alpheus Parham and a special constable responded to reports of a male person behaving in a disorderly manner at The Split area in Caye Caulker. As a result, a male person by the name of Alex Goff was detained and escorted to the Police Station.
Shortly after, a second incident occurred at the police station. Acting upon information received, the Police responded to the eastern cell block of the Caye Caulker Police Station where the lifeless body of a dark skinned male person was seen in a sitting position against the wall, suffering from what appeared to be a single gunshot wound to the forehead.
The body was later identified as one Alex Goff, 31, of #33 Mopan St., Belize City. Initial Investigation revealed that the victim was detained and escorted to the Caye Caulker police station where he was placed inside the cell block for disorderly conduct and assaulting a Police Officer.
After Goff was placed inside the cell, he continued to make noise, and P.C. # 437 Alpheus Parham re-visited the cell block and began speaking to him. The diarist reported hearing a loud bang then immediately saw the officer exit the cell and placed a .38 revolver inside the diarist desk [drawer], subsequently the officer left the station.
The other officer on duty then made checks inside the cell where he reportedly saw the victim bleeding from what appeared to be a single gunshot wound to the forehead. The body was transported to K.H.M.H. where it awaits a post mortem. The .38 revolver has been recovered. As is customary when a shooting involves a police officer The Office of Internal Affairs and Discipline is conducting an intensive investigation. Officer Parham is detained pending charges.

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#376567 - 05/12/10 02:23 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: Marty]
Marty Offline

Police officer remanded to prison for murder

Alpheus Parham

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As police look for the Bowen and Bowen robbers, interdicted police officer, Alpheus Parham, was today arraigned with the shooting murder of thirty one-year-old Alex Goff. Goff was a handicap originally of Mopan Street in Belize City who relocated to the island earlier this year to brace the economic decline. But something went awry shortly after five on Sunday evening when Goff was shot in the middle of the forehead with a police point thirty eight service revolver. While the circumstances are still not known, this morning relatives of the deceased turned up at court to see firsthand the man who allegedly pulled the trigger. Parham, who appeared unrepresented, was remanded to the Hattieville Prison until June fourteenth. The police press release which followed the incident states that Goff was detained and later escorted to the Caye Caulker Police Station where he was placed in the cell block for disorderly conduct and for assaulting a police officer. But Goff did not quiet down and Parham returned to the cell block and spoke to him. PC Federico Tush, who was also at the Police Station, reported that he heard a loud bang and immediately saw Parham exiting the cell block and leaving the station. When Tush checked the cell he saw Goff in a sitting position and bleeding from a gunshot wound to the forehead. About a year ago, Parham, who coincidentally resides on Police Street, was the driver of the Chief Justice, Justice Abdulai Conteh. After he left that post, he was driving for Justice Adolph Lucas at the Supreme Court before being transferred to duties in Caye Caulker.

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#376572 - 05/12/10 02:35 PM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: Marty]
Marty Offline

Cop shot handicapped prisoner in the forehead?

Police have shot dead another citizen in their custody.
 
Alex Goff, 31, of Mopan St., Belize City, is dead, shot to death in the Caye Caulker Police Station detention cell, by a constable. A police press release dated today, Monday, and sent late this evening, says that “Reference to the report of the shooting death of Alex Goff, police have arrested and charged Alpheus Parham, 33, P. C. #437 for the crime of murder.”
  
Eyewitnesses tell Amandala that Goff was at the Lazy Lizard Bar on the North Side of Caye Caulker known as “Split”, and he was drinking until 5 p.m. yesterday, Sunday. One tourist told us that Goff was incessantly getting on his case, and would not leave him alone. This tourist told us that Goff continued to annoy him in his drunken state for about five to ten minutes until Goff spilled his drink on the tourist.
  
The tourist went on to tell us that it was at this time that the bartender at the Lazy Lizard got into what was fast escalating into a confrontation, as he tried to get Goff off the bar’s premises. With the help of Goff’s friend who was also there, the bartender convinced Goff to leave.
  
The tourist noted that it was around that time that someone from the bar called the police and reported Goff’s drunken, disorderly behavior.
  
According to the friend who was with Goff, and also eyewitnesses who saw Goff and his friend exit the Lazy Lizard’s premises, Goff started speaking to another tourist, but in a seemingly calm manner, not disorderly as he was reportedly behaving at the bar.
  
It was at this time that several police officers came and tried to apprehend Goff. Both the friend and the eyewitnesses say that the police officers were being disrespectful and Goff responded in kind, and one of the officers hit him in the face.
  
Having been hit, Goff responded by hitting this officer back.
  
According to the eyewitnesses, the officers then started to punch Goff in his face, as if to subdue him. One of the officers even grabbed him around the neck, while the others continued to beat him in the face.
   
Goff then spoke to the officers, saying, “Alright, alright, I gwen wit unu willingly, freely; unu noh have to beat me inna mih face!”
  
According the witnesses, the policemen then handcuffed Goff to the golf cart, the only police mobile unit on the island, and kept punching him when he could do nothing to defend himself, and then drove off.
   
One witness say that one of the police officers kept repeating, “Wait till yoh reach station, watch weh wah happen to yoh”.
  
This same police officer, the eyewitness said, had bruised his hand from all the hitting he had done to Goff.
  
Sergeant #358, Leslie Wade, told us that Goff was placed in a holding cell inside the police station, and it was about close to an hour later that a police officer on duty heard a shot. According to Leslie, this police officer went to investigate and found Goff in a sitting position, with a bullet in his forehead. This officer also noted PC Parham exiting the cellblock; he put his .38 revolver inside this on-duty officer’s desk, and then exited the station.
   
According to Wade, there was no weapon of any sort inside the cell in which Goff was killed.
  
Amandala was not allowed to visit the cellblock because according to Wade, it was presently being treated as a crime scene.
  
The official police statement says that the body was transported to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, where a post-mortem was scheduled to be done. The police statement also says, “As is customary when a shooting involves a police officer, the Office of Internal Affairs and Discipline is conducting an intensive investigation. Officer Parham is detained pending charges.”
  
The family and friends of Alex Goff are angry at the Police Department, and they are vehemently demanding justice for Goff’s death. Karen Massiah, Goff’s sister, says that the police have not given them any information about the details of the events that led up to his shooting. She said that the police have avoided her under the cloak of the excuse,”The investigation is ongoing, and we can’t speak about the details”.
  
She said she called the Police Department in Caye Caulker and she was directed to speak to the Belize City Branch. She said that she then called the Belize City Police Department and they directed her to call the Caye Caulker Branch.
   
Massiah said that she got frustrated and told the police officer on the phone that she has already called the Caye Caulker Branch, and she said that it took a bit of convincing to get this officer to tell her that Inspector Romero from the Criminal Investigation Branch is in charge of the investigation.
  
According to the post-mortem report that the police provided after the examination today, the cause of Goff’s death was “trauma to the head due to massive brain damage due to gunshot wound”.
  
According to her, when she and her family went to speak to Inspector Romero, he also gave her the “It’s an ongoing investigation” routine. He didn’t give them much information, and she was forced to listen in on a conversation that Romero was having, where she got confirmation of little details. She said that all the information she has comes from the media, and that the Police Department is avoiding them, when all they really want to know what has happened to Goff.
  
The friends that Goff stayed with in Caye Caulker told Amandala that they don’t trust the police department due to this and earlier incidents of corruption. They said that Goff was handicapped ,which, Goff’s sister confirmed, was due to a chop wound he received to the head that caused him to suffer paralysis on the right side of his body. He walked with a limp. The family says that he still hadn’t recover full use of his right hand, either.
  
There is only one of the four Goff brothers still alive, because Alex Goff was predeceased by Kenard Goff and Jerome Goff.
  
These friends also said that the PC Parham was drunk and that all of these officers that came to detain him were in civilian clothes. They said that after the shooting, all the officers went to put on their uniforms before the officers from Belize City and San Pedro reportedly arrived on the scene.
  
According to these friends, there were two other prisoners, which they know for a fact, who were also in the cellblock at the time of the shooting, and they may be able to provide evidence to help the investigation, but they were moved from the island to the San Pedro Police Station. The police have denied that there was anyone else around at the time of the shooting.
   
To date there are four documented police killings for the year 2010: Elmore Neal of Central American Boulevard who was killed on March 6, Anthony O’Neil Jones, a Jamaican immigrant living in Lords Bank who was killed on February 14, Corporal 910 Gavin Sanchez of Belize City who was also killed in the police station, but at San Pedro on March 18, and Alex Goff.

Amandala


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#376733 - 05/13/10 03:45 AM Re: Shooting leaves one dead, one officer detained [Re: seashell]
MisterB266 Offline
Originally Posted By: seashell
I'm still waiting to hear the outcome of the Reyes shooting of Corporal Sanchez. Anyone know the dispostion there?


seashell,

Channel 5 had a report on the news tonight. I didn't watch the story because I was also watching Montreal beat Pittsburgh :-)

Check the Channel 5 site later tonight or tomorrow.

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