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Monday, May 23, 2016

Obama’s Kind of Criminal: The Myth of the Routine Traffic Stop, and the Myth of the Non-Violent Drug Felon: Hispanic Sociopath Jorge Zambrano, 35, with a History of Many Violent Assaults on Cops, and Little Time Served for Multiple Felony Convictions, Shot and Killed Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr., 42, in an Ambush During a Traffic Stop in Auburn, Mass. Early Sunday; Zambrano Later Ambushed and Shot a State Trooper Hunting for Him; the Good News—State Police Killed the Cop-Killer

 

Auburn, Mass. Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr. had been on the job there for only two years, and left behind a wife and three children. He “had previously served with the Leicester Police Department.” End of watch: May 22, 2016.
 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thank the reader who sent this article, and who asked,
Was the perp a Dominican?

Or El Salvadoran?

Of course, the MSM resolutely refuse to provide such helpful information. I have heard of Zambranos from Mihoacan, Mexico, and from Venezuela, both of which are good places to find violent hotheads.

Zambrano kept getting convicted of felonies, including assaulting policemen, weapons charges, and trafficking and possession of cocaine, would be sentenced to relatively lengthy prison terms, and then released, after brief stays in the Gray Bar Hotel. Tehre was absolutely no excuse for him to be free at the time that he slaughtered Officer Tarentino, and then wounded a second officer, trying to slaughter him and his partner.
 

Auburn police officer fatally shot during traffic stop; suspect dead
The suspect later shot and injured a state trooper before police returned fire, authorities said.
By Susan Zalkind
May 22, 2016
Boston Globe

The suspect who police say fatally shot an Auburn police officer was killed Sunday evening in a clash with police in an Oxford apartment, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said at a press conference.

Jorge Zambrano, 35, allegedly shot officer Ronald Tarentino, 42, around 12:30 a.m. Sunday during a traffic stop in Auburn.

On Sunday evening, as state police were searching an Oxford apartment where they believed the suspect was located, a closet door “burst open” and Zambrano came out firing, according to Massachusetts State Police Colonel Richard McKeon.

“He was lying in ambush waiting for them,” Early added.

The troopers, one of whom was shot in the shoulder by Zambrano, returned fire, McKeon said.

Zambrano and the injured trooper were transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center. Zambrano was pronounced dead at the hospital, McKeon said. The trooper, an 18-year veteran on the force and a former Navy SEAL, suffered non-life-threatening injuries, he said.

Police surrounded the duplex at 31-33 Watch St. in Oxford and searched and cleared the No. 31 unit, using tear gas and K-9s, before spotting a passage to No. 33 in the cellar, McKeon said. After clearing the first floor of that unit, troopers encountered Zambrano, who was alone in a second-floor bedroom, he said.

The vehicle involved in the traffic stop was parked behind the duplex, officials said.

McKeon said the investigation into Tarentino’s homicide will continue.

Tarentino leaves behind a wife and three children, Auburn Police Chief Andrew Sluckis said at a press conference earlier Sunday. Tarentino had been with the department for two years.

“He was an outstanding guy, and we’re going to miss him quite an awful lot,” Sluckis said.

Zambrano had a lengthy criminal record involving clashes with police, according to court records previously published by the Worcester Telegram.

In April, he was charged with assault and battery of a police officer, resisting arrest, and driving with a suspended license.

In 2014, Zambrano was charged with driving with a suspended license, failing to stop for police, and carrying a dangerous weapon. In 2008, he pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, two counts of resisting arrest, as well as a gun charge involving a firearm silencer. In 2011, while serving his 2 1/2-year sentence in the Worcester County Jail and House of Correction, he was sentenced to an additional seven years for trafficking and possession of cocaine, according to the Worcester Telegram.

 


One of cop-killer Jorge Zambrano's many mug shots

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Personally,MY wish on these cases is that the felon gets shot with a tranquilizer bullet of some kind,in order that he be placed in solitary confinement until he loses the two or three brain cells he has functioning.Then--a lethal injection.So many of these criminals roaming around.They should be in brand new prisons that would've been built,with a president that was not pro-criminal and anti-cop.AND anti-regular US citizen.Like I've said,I only hope that Trump unleashes an anticrime agenda on day 1 of his term.Please!
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Man Charged With Hate Crime In Stabbing On West Loop Bridge

May 24, 2016

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2016/05/24/man-charged-in-stabbing-on-west-loop-bridge/#comments

Photo of the Victim: https://suntimesmedia.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/stab.jpg?w=570&h=260&crop=1

CHICAGO (CBS) — A 45-year-old man has been charged with a hate crime after allegedly using a racial epithet while stabbing another man on the Washington Street Bridge late Sunday.

Todd Light was going home Sunday night, and stopped on the bridge to look at the Chicago River, when a man approached him, demanded his wallet, and stabbed him multiple times in the abdomen.

Light fought back, and held down his attacker until police arrived.

“I hit him until he dropped the knife and stopped trying to kill me, because I didn’t want to get stabbed again,” he told CBS 2’s Brad Edwards.

Monday morning, police said 45-year-old Leroy Willis had been charged with aggravated battery, a hate crime, and aggravated attempted robbery. Police said Willis used a racial epithet while attacking Light.

Willis was ordered held without bond on Tuesday afternoon.

Light credited a passerby for helping him, and flagging down additional help as he struggled with the suspect.

“I would like to very much to say thank you,” Light said.

Light also learned from a paramedic that his burly frame served him well.

“He said if you were a skinny guy you’d probably have been dead,” he said.

Anonymous said...

"The trooper, an 18-year veteran on the force and a former Navy SEAL, suffered non-life-threatening injuries, he said."

If a man who was a Navy SEAL has a hard time with the perp what chance do the rest of us have if accosted by the human monster?