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Crime Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of Pennsylvania police officer

00:00  22 november  2017
00:00  22 november  2017 Source:   usatoday.com

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Rahmael Sal Holt, 29, was arraigned Tuesday morning on charges including murder of a law enforcement officer. He is accused of killing New Kensington officer Brian Shaw, 25, during a traffic stop Friday night.

Holt is being held without bail at the Westmoreland County Prison.

Court documents show several friends and relatives — including Holt’s mother — have been arrested for hindering his apprehension.

Westmoreland County District Attorney John Peck said Shaw was hit multiple times after the suspect fired at least six shots. Police have said Holt was a passenger in the vehicle and shot the rookie officer in the chest while he was chasing Holt on foot.

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Shaw tried to pull over a Jeep Cherokee driven by Tavon Jamere Harper at 8 p.m. Friday, according to a complaint filed by Westmoreland County Detective Ray Dupilka.

“The Jeep never stopped,” Dupilka wrote in the complaint.

Westmoreland County Detective Ray Duplika, left, and New Kensington Police Chief Jim Klein, right, escort suspect Rahmael Sal Holt, as they arrive for a hearing on Nov. 21, 2017, in New Kensington, Pa. © Darrell Sapp, AP Westmoreland County Detective Ray Duplika, left, and New Kensington Police Chief Jim Klein, right, escort suspect Rahmael Sal Holt, as they arrive for a hearing on Nov. 21, 2017, in New Kensington, Pa. Peck said Shaw was attempting to pull the SUV over for a traffic violation that he characterized as “something minor.”

On Sunday, police arrested Harper, who they allege fled the traffic stop after Holt bolted from the SUV.

They tracked down Harper and found him Saturday with $2,500 cash and bags of suspected heroin, according to a criminal complaint.

On Sunday, detectives filed drug and fleeing charges against Harper. He does not face charges in connection with Shaw’s death.

Police Chief Jim Klein said he felt a small sense of relief that the shooter is in custody and was grateful no one else was injured.

Officers from different towns and municipalities were pitching in on the manhunt so the town’s police department could grieve Shaw’s death and attend services, New Kensington Mayor Tom Guzzo said.

“The outpouring of support from the officers from all over western Pennsylvania has been extraordinary,” he said. “We could not be doing this without them.”

Shaw’s funeral is scheduled for Wednesday.

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