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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Hate Crime in Baltimore County: 4 Black Thugs Arrested for Murdering White Policewoman: Judge Calls Officer's Murder Suspect “One-Man Crime Wave”

 

War crime victim, Officer Amy Caprio
 

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 5:24:00 P.M. EDT
 

Black thugs arrested for murdering white policewoman in Baltimore

(WBAL) PERRY HALL, Md. —
All four teenagers sought by police after the killing of a Baltimore County police officer Monday are in custody.

Dawnta Harris, 16, was charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the death of Officer First Class Amy Caprio, charging documents state.

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Three teenage males -- ages 15, 16 and 17 -- were also taken into custody, police said Tuesday morning. Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger said they believe they can charge the other three teenagers with felony murder. As of Tuesday afternoon, they had not yet been charged.

Caprio was responding around 2 p.m. to a call for a suspicious vehicle and a burglary in progress on Linwen Way in Perry Hall. Charging documents state that a 911 caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the area.

Baltimore County Police Chief Terrence Sheridan said Caprio arrived and saw black a Jeep. She followed it into a court, where it stopped and turned around. Caprio got out of her car and ordered the driver of the Jeep to get out.

Charging documents said Harris admitted that he "drove at the officer."

"He admitted that he partially opened the driver's door, but then shut it and drove at the officer," the charging …

A source familiar with the case said the officer's body camera video gives a clear view of her standing in street as the vehicle comes at her. She fired one shot and got hit by the vehicle and was thrown.

Sheridan said the Jeep struck Caprio and drove over her, seriously injuring her. Caprio was critically injured and was taken to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, where she died around 2:50 p.m.

The medical examiner ruled Caprio's death a homicide by multiple trauma to the head and torso.

GRA: Okay, Lesta, here are your four shadow prints.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 7:00:00 P.M. EDT

Lesta declined to air this story. What a surprise... [chuckle].

 


Suspected war criminal Dawnta Harris

 

5 comments:

David In TN said...

Harris was the wheel man. His three partners in crime were burglarizing a home at 2 pm on a Monday afternoon. It appears to have been an upper middle class white neighborhood.

I wonder if Amy Caprio hesitated too long before opening fire and it cost her life. She may have considered the trouble she would have if she shot a "black child."

Anonymous said...

"As of Tuesday afternoon, they had not yet been charged."

In most locales just participating even by being present makes you culpable.

Anonymous said...

"I wonder if Amy Caprio hesitated too long before opening fire and it cost her life. She may have considered the trouble she would have if she shot a 'black child.'"

Some departments have a policy that an officer if someone is trying to run them over with a car can only use their firearm if fired upon first.

Anonymous said...

Hope they are all charged as adults, and get the death penalty.

Anonymous said...

The world would be a better place without african americans!!