LEO Fatalities

Trevor HockadayMcDonald's employee puts peroxide based cleaner in cops drinks

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Ramirez-LindseyTwo sheriff’s deputies have been gunned down in broad daylight

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Sheriff David WadeSheriff Shot & Killed Serving Eviction Notice

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Det. WeilandEverest Detective Shot & Killed

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Officer McClaughryWashington Officer Shot in the Head

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Manhunt underway for suspect in killing of Orlando officer

ORLANDO, Fla. — A massive manhunt was underway Monday in central Florida as authorities searched for a man accused of shooting and killing an Orlando police officer.

Master Sergeant Debra Clayton was shot and killed when she encountered a wanted murder suspect in the parking lot of a Walmart at the intersection of Princeton Street and John Young Parkway.

The subject, Markeith Loyd, 41, was wanted for murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend and for shooting her new boyfriend three months prior. After shooting Sergeant Clayton, the man carjacked a vehicle and fled the scene. A captain from the Orange County Sheriff's Office spotted the vehicle moments later and was shot at as he got behind it. The suspect continued to flee and remains at large.

During the ensuing search an Orange County sheriff's deputy was killed in a motorcycle crash at the intersection of Pine Hills Road and Balboa Drive when another vehicle turned in front of his motorcycle. The deputy's name has not yet been released.

Sergeant Clayton had served with the Orlando Police Department for 17 years. She is survived by her husband and two children.



First LEO Death in 2017

Detective Chad Parque succumbed to injuries sustained the previous day when his department vehicle was struck head-on by another vehicle on Martin Luther King Boulevard, near Carey Avenue, at approximately 2:00 pm.

He had just left the North Las Vegas Justice Court when the other vehicle, which was traveling the wrong way on the roadway, struck his vehicle. A third vehicle then collided with his car. Rescue personnel extricated him from the vehicle and transported him to University Medical Center, where he passed away approximately 12 hours later.

Detective Parque had served with the North Las Vegas Police Department for 10 years. He is survived by his wife, children, and siblings.


LDWF Agent Shot Multiple Times in Morehouse Parish

A Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agent was shot in the line of duty while on patrol in Morehouse Parish in the early morning hours of Jan. 7.

At 2:06 a.m. Senior Agent Tyler Wheeler, 25, of Monroe, performed a vehicle stop in the south bound lane of Hwy. 165 in between Sterlington and Bastrop in the Perryville area. During the vehicle stop, Wheeler was shot multiple times.

Another LDWF agent was a short distance from the traffic stop and arrived on scene around 2:15 a.m. when he found Wheeler on the ground. He was able to radio a distress call to LDWF dispatch, secure the scene, notify local Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and render assistance to Wheeler.

EMS arrived on scene and were able to stabilize Wheeler and prepare him for air transport. Wheeler was airlifted around 4 a.m. to the LSU Health Shreveport Trauma Center for immediate treatment. It is unknown at this time the extent of Wheeler’s injuries.

Authorities are currently looking for the shooting suspect at this time. Louisiana State Police will be handling the investigation into the shooting with assistance from the LDWF Enforcement Division.

Wheeler has been an LDWF agent for two and a half years and is married with one child.



Jason Robison Murdered Trooper On The Run, ‘The Only Good Cop Is A Dead Cop’


Jason Robison shot and killed Trooper Landon Weaver on Friday night at around 6:30 PM when Trooper Weaver responded to a “domestic-related” incident. After killing Trooper Weaver, Robison fled and has been on the run since.

Robison had recently been making anti-police Facebook posts. Centre Daily reports that Robison’s Facebook page showed a post from December 17th which said, “The only good cop is a dead cop.” The post showed two photos, a police cruiser that had crashed and another of an injured police officer. The post was then deleted from the Facebook page at around 1 AM Saturday morning. It’s not clear if Robison deleted the post in an attempt to cover up potential evidence which could be used against him.



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