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| January 11, 2022 | 13 Comments


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Roberta man fatally shot by deputy after car chase, GBI says

The GBI is investigating after a deputy fatally shot a Roberta man after a chase and fight over a gun.

According to a news release, a Crawford County deputy tried to stop a driver, identified as 47-year-old Denrick Stallings, for speeding.

The GBI says Stallings did not stop and a chase began that ended with him crashing the car. After the crash, Stallings got out of the car and started running away from the deputy.

The deputy Tased Stallings, which caused him to hit the ground. The GBI says a fight happened between the deputy and Stallings as he was being placed under arrest and there was a ‘struggle for the deputy’s gun.’

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Video shows a man had to be rescued after he got stuck in a chimney of the house he was suspected of trying to rob

Joshua Zitser
A man suspected of burglarizing a house in Maryland got stuck in the chimney and had to be rescued, WTOP News reported.

Officers responded to a call about an attempted robbery at a home in Montgomery County during the early hours of Saturday morning, a police spokesperson said.

WTOP reported that the man, who has not yet been publicly identified, became trapped in the home’s chimney during the attempted break-in.

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Frankie Cee

“Stuck in a chimney”, methinks someone watched too many cartoons. I would be too embarrassed to let my cellmates know that I had gotten stuck in a damned chimney.

Thunderstixx

That happened in Madison WI with Good & Loud music went to do some remodeling and found a full set of human bones lodged in the chimney. Evidently, the man had been in there for years and I don’t know if they ever found out who he was. It is felt that he crawled into the chimney to rob the business, got stuck and died of asphyxiation when he got so compressed that he couldn’t… Read more »

Graybeard

And they didn’t smell him rotting away in their chimney?

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

Mr Stallings criminal career……stalled.

Not just stalled, Tox, it has come to a screeeeching halt. Screeching as in the local news media is now full of screeching about what a good lad he was and fighting with the officer was “not his character”. This incident happened right up the road from my Baby Sister. Crawford County is known for having a very professional group of deputies and they don’t play. However, this rural are is administered, for court purposes,… Read more »

KoB

Hey! It sings (ht 2 SGT Provo)…even if I don’t.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

You probably sound as bad as my father. He used to say, “I not only can’t carry a tune in a bucket, I can’t even carry it in a bathtub”.
But please, DON’T send me a recording. I have NO desire to listen to you and mentally compare the two of you.
I just might go mental myself.

David

Sure is dark up that chimney. Maybe a little fire would shed some light on it.

Doesn’t matter what someone was like before/after their police interaction, it’s what they do DURING.

CCO

Tell that the people protesting the Cumberland County deputy’s shooting of the man who jumped on his (personal) vehicle (and broke the windshield and started pulling the wipers off, etc.). See https://www.wral.com/911-calls-released-in-case-of-man-shot-killed-by-off-duty-cumberland-county-deputy/20073301/.

And a lawyer has shown up, so there’s that to make life interesting.

UpNorth

Yeah, Ben Crump, noted ambulance chaser, has arrived to seek Justice. /s if necessary.

Jeff LPH 3, 63-66

S&W CSX, I thought it is a Railroad freight line