Crime Ohio woman facing federal charges in shooting of Columbus Police officer
31-year-old man sentenced to 19 years for shooting a Cleveland police officer multiple times
31-year-old man sentenced to 19 years for shooting a Cleveland police officer multiple times in 2018 was sentenced to 19 years in prison Wednesday after he pleaded guilty on Feb. 10. © Provided by WOIO Cleveland 31-year-old man sentenced to 19 years for shooting a Cleveland Jonathan Chambers, 31, shot Officer Shane McNea in the 2600 block of E. 121st Street around 4:15 a.m. on Nov. 3, 2018.McNea had responded to the area for shots fired and when he arrived, Chambers began firing with what is believed to have been an assault rifle.
A 68-year-old woman has been charged with shooting a Columbus Police officer on Thursday morning.
Rita Gray is facing federal charges after she, while he was executing a narcotics-related search warrant at Gray's residence on Chelford Drive, . , according to Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan, and is expected to be okay.
According to an affidavit sworn-out this morning in support of the federal criminal complaint, Rita Gray, told her son Eric Gray in May 2019 the following:
Man shot in arm after allegedly pointing rifle towards Plano officer, police say
Updated at 10:55 a.m. with additional information from the Dallas Police Department. A man was shot in the arm after he allegedly pointed a rifle at a Plano officer, authorities say. The shooting occurred around 7:15 a.m. Thursday near Bonnie View Road and Tioga Street in Dallas. Dallas authorities say a Plano police officer saw a man who had been involved in a car crash get out of his vehicle and grab a long rifle from the backseat. At thatA man was shot in the arm after he allegedly pointed a rifle at a Plano officer, authorities say.
If you break any door in I’ma be standing in that hallwayI don’t care nothing about you hollerin’ police because a robber could be police.
“I’ll be standing right there in that hallway ready to blast. I’ll stand right around my corner there and blast however many shots I got,” Rita Gray added.
According to the court document, agents and officers knocked on the door of the residence and announced their presence. After the knock and announce went unanswered, agents and officers made entry into the residence.
Upon entering the residence, law enforcement executing the warrant took on gunfire from Rita Gray, who was present in vicinity of an interior hallway.
Officials say Rita Gray was apprehended a short time later with two semiautomatic Glock manufactured pistols nearby.
Officer-involved shooting under investigation in Haverhill
State police are investigating the scene of an officer-involved shooting in Haverhill Friday morning, officials said. Haverhill police were responding to a call from a residence at 23 Thorndike Street around 5:15 a.m. when the shooting occurred, according to Massachusetts State Police spokesman Dave Procopio. Sign up for our Newsletters One male suspect was shot. He was taken to Lawrence General Hospital and then moved to a Boston hospital for treatment, according to Carrie Kimball, spokesperson for the Essex District Attorney's Office. No officers were injured in the incident.A photo from the scene shows the road was blocked off at the intersection with Grove Street.
"In January 2020, state and federal law enforcement began an investigation into suspected drug trafficking, including irregular financial activity that is suspected of being related to money laundering and narcotics trafficking, involving Eric Gray, among others. That investigation remains ongoing," Devillers said in a press release.
Rita Gray is charged with conspiring to possess with intent to distribute meth and oxycodone, possession with intent to distribute oxycodone, and discharging a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking crime.
If convicted on all count, she faces at least 20 years and up to life in prison.
She is scheduled to appear via videoconferencing Friday at 1:30pm for an initial appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge Chelsey Vascura.
ABC6/FOX28 will continue to update this developing story.
Suspect shot, transported to hospital after opening fire on Dallas police officer, officials say .
The Dallas Police Department says an investigation is underway following an officer-involved shooting Saturday evening. Around 6:45 p.m., officers were called to the 200 block of Glenview Court in response to an active shooter. Police say minutes later, another call went out about shots fired at the intersection of Highway 175 CF Hawn Service Road and South Buckner Boulevard. Police say a suspect driving a white truck was traveling west on the CF Hawn Service Road when he stopped at the intersection. He then got out of his truck and fired shots at a Dallas police officer, who was stopped in his squad car at the traffic light heading north on Buckner.