Friday, January 2, 2015

Two West Virginia Police Officers Shot By Two Distributists Hauling Two Dead Bodies They Just Killed Before Burning Down The House!

Two West Virginia police officers were injured in a New Year's Day shootout that ended with two suspects in custody and the discovery of two dead bodies in the back of their truck. The bizarre encounter began when Lewisburg officers pulled over a suspected stolen vehicle--identified as a white SUV. Initial accounts said the SUV driver opened fire first. What's clear is that, during the stop, a red truck pulled past the officers and opened fire then pulled away was captured about 90 minutes later in woods. According to the Charleston Gazette, the driver of the red truck was the other driver's father. A search of the father's truck would reveal what likely made the duo so desperate: two dead bodies under a mattress. Donna Hinkle, administrator of the Greenbrier County 911 center, said the shooting occurred about 4 p.m. outside Lewisburg. One of the officers was grazed by a bullet. The other was wearing a protective vest that saved him from serious injury. The impact did leave him with an injured rib cage. 'Neither one of their injuries, we've found out, are going to be life-threatening,' Hinkle She said the first vehicle had a stolen North Carolina tag. The victims in the truck were subsequently identified as a Granville County, North Carolina couple. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>

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