November 02, 2016

Man Wanted Arrested in Shooting of Two Officers in Iowa

If you see this guy, notify the police immediately.


More at Heavy.com.
Two metro-area police officers were shot and killed in apparent "ambush style" attacks early Wednesday.

As of 7:30 a.m., police identified Scott Michael Greene as a suspect in the fatal shootings. Police said should be considered armed and dangerous.

At about 1:06 a.m., police from Urbandale and Des Moines departments responded to a report of gunfire at the intersection of 70th Street and Aurora Avenue.

The first officers arriving on the scene found an Urbandale officer shot. The officer, whose name has not been released, died, said Des Moines Police Sgt. Paul Parizek in a news release.

At about 1:26 a.m., a Des Moines police officer was shot and killed near the intersection of Merle Hay Road and Sheridan Avenue while responding to the scene where the Urbandale officer was shot.

Both officers were gunned down in their patrol cars.

We hope he is caught quickly...

Heavy.com has more on Greene here.

Greene has been arrested numerous times, online court records show. Details of the cases, including whether he was convicted, were not immediately available.

He was arrested in 2001 and charged with domestic assault, assault causing bodily injury and fourth-degree criminal mischief. He was also charged in 2010 with driving under the influence and in 2014 with first-degree harassment.



From his Youtube here.

His Kinotube account is here.

Update: Of course the left are throwing accusations at the right for this. But just to make clear this man appears to be more a Cop Block advocate who had a personal beef with some members of Law Enforcement.

He of course needs to be prosecuted but here is an ALCU in his comments a week ago. His wife appears to support the post.

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Update: Suspect Scott Greene is in custody.

Scott Michael Greene, a suspect in Wednesday's shooting deaths of two police officers in and near the Iowa city of Des Moines, has been taken into custody in Dallas County, west of Des Moines, police Sgt. Paul Parizek said.

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