LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The Kentucky man who shot three police officers and injured three others last week appears to have planned the attack, officials said Sunday.
During a news conference Sunday, Floyd County Sheriff John Hunt said an emergency protective order was served to the suspect — 49-year-old Lance Storz — after deputies interviewed his wife.
On Thursday, deputies planned to arrest Storz for assault for alleged abuse of his wife. According to LEX 18, deputies who arrived at his home on Main Street in the small town of Allen, Kentucky, saw Storz pulling back the blinds at the window. Hunt said Storz then opened the door “like he was waiting on them” and opened fire.
Hunt said Storz had “high-caliber weapons” and wore a body armor vest.
Storz was on an elevated spot in his house that overlooked a clear field of fire for 200 yards. He killed Floyd County Sherriff’s Deputy William Petry, Prestonsburg Police Capt. Ralph Frasure, Prestonsburg Police Officer Jacob Chaffins and a police K-9, Drago. Five others injured in the shooting are still recovering.
They will protest and loot and commit violence for a thug (who did have a shotgun in car) but not one F about any of the thousands being killed in Democrat run cities.