San Antonio, TX – San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) Officer David “Pigme” Evans died in the line of duty on Feb. 25 due to complications from gunshot wounds he suffered in 2002.
A gunman shot Officer Evans and three of his fellow officers on Jan. 3, 2002, after they responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the area of Perrin Beitel and NE Loop 410 at approximately 3:30 a.m., according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.
The suspect, a convicted felon, grabbed the injured officer’s gun and opened fire on Officer Evans, shooting him in the stomach, chest and arm.
The suspect then stole Officer Evans’ duty weapon and proceeded to shoot Officer Evans’ partner in the back.
Officer Evans was able to drag himself outside the building where the attack occurred and warned additional officers responding to the scene that the suspect was inside with a gun, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.
The suspect came outside and opened fire on two more officers, hitting both of them in their necks.
One of the wounded officers was able to return fire, killing the gunman, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.
All four officers survived the attack.
Officer Evans, 70, succumbed to complications of his gunshot wounds on Feb. 25, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.
ROUND ROCK, Texas (KWTX) – A suspect in shooting at Round Rock Police officers was found dead in the woods Saturday afternoon.
Round Rock police received reports of a victim with multiple gunshot wounds 12:30 p.m. May 7 in the 3500 block of Bent Tree Loop.
Police received a report at 12:38 p.m. that a male with black trench coat and an “AK-style rifle” was running across FM 3406, and another report at approximately 12:43 p.m. of a subject wearing camouflage clothing seen near Behrens Ranch.
Officers responded to the area, and the male subject immediately engaged officers and began firing shots at them. Officers responded with gunfire, and the subject retreated into the wood line at Camino del Verdes Place and Salorn Way.
Multiple agencies responded to the scene and the subject began firing shots again, resulting in another gunfire exchange between the subject and officers.
The subject later appeared to be located in the dense wood line where less than lethal rounds were used by officers to solicit a response from the suspect.
After no response, it was determined that the subject was deceased.
he cause of the subject’s death remains under investigation. The subject was found to be wearing body armor.
The gunshot victim in the original call was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and is in stable condition.
No injuries were sustained by officers as a result of gunfire, but one Round Rock officer was transported for medical issues and is in stable condition.
The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and the motive of the shooter is unknown at this time. Full Story
Baltimore, MD – A Baltimore police detective’s unmarked patrol vehicle was carjacked by three armed attackers on Tuesday night, according to police.
The on-duty detective was not in uniform at the time of the incident, but he was wearing his identification around his neck as well as a polo shirt embroidered with a badge, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison told WBAL.
The unnamed detective was at a business located in the 2800-block of Hanover Street at approximately 6:15 p.m. on May 3 when he was approached by three armed suspects, according to Commissioner Harrison.
The commissioner said it is unclear if the detective was inside or outside of his vehicle when the confrontation occurred, WBAL reported.
“At some point, our detective pulled out his weapon and discharged his weapon, but it is unknown if any of the individuals were struck by gunfire or any injuries,” he said.
The gunmen commandeered the detective’s unmarked car and sped off, WBAL reported.
They headed over the Hanover Street Bridge and ultimately got into a rollover crash near Nick’s Fish House in Port Covington, according to The Baltimore Sun.