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Suspect escapes courthouse during sentencing; officer injured

Discussion in 'Law Enforcement Articles' started by Tango_Sierra, Sep 25, 2020.

  1. Tango_Sierra

    Tango_Sierra MassCops Member

  2. Hush

    Hush Moderator Staff Member

    Old timer could barely make it down the stairs.
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  3. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    The old timer could have easily slowed the con down enough for the other two dudes to easily overtake him............
    Time to retire or transfer to a janitorial position, YEESH!o_O
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  4. Hush

    Hush Moderator Staff Member

    If the job of security is supposed to be serious, don't fill it with retirees. That's what pensions are for. Old man should find a hobby, because his response is fucked.
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  5. LA Copper

    LA Copper Subscribing Member

    NEVER turn your back on a suspect. Bad things happen when you do that. The deputy with the yellow bag in his hand had his back to this unhandcuffed suspect when he made his escape. They are lucky he only tried to run away and not take the deputy's gun from his holster.

    However, on a positive note, his reflexes were pretty darn good and he was after the bad guy pretty quickly.
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  6. Truck

    Truck MassCops Member

    and not even handcuffed.
  7. Kilvinsky

    Kilvinsky I think, therefore I'll never be promoted.

    I thank God I'm not that bad off, but I can identify to a degree with the poor old bastard at the rear. That dive was heroically insane and thank God he didn't break his neck and end up in a wheelchair.
  8. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Christ Jim! Even on your worst day working with a cold or flu you would have at least tripped or clothes lined the shitbird so the other two could clean up for you.
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  9. Kilvinsky

    Kilvinsky I think, therefore I'll never be promoted.

    I've rethought my earlier post in that, last year I was blessed with a healspur. If you've never had one, they SUCK and you can barely walk. I still went to work because it just didn't make a lot of sense NOT to and leave the shift short. I was just lucky enough not to have to get out of the car much. I'm sure this guy figured, "I'm a Bailiff, I can sit more than anything else so I'll just go in." Regardless of his ailment. But when the bell rang, as tough as it was for him to move, he didn't hesitate. I'm NOT patting myself on the back for going to work, but I applaud the guy's efforts.
  10. AS4

    AS4 MassCops Member

    I'm more curious about him doing time for possession of meth. How nice it must be to work in a state where someone actually does time for such an offense. In Mass, criminals are released immediately on PR after violently assaulting cops or stabbing someone. I cant even remember the last time I actually went to court....
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