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Crime A Louisiana officer who claimed someone shot him actually shot himself, police say

00:25  24 september  2020
00:25  24 september  2020 Source:   cnn.com

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A Louisiana police officer is facing criminal mischief and malfeasance in office charges after claiming he was shot in a Sunday ambush when he actually shot John Michael Goulart Jr., an officer with the Pineville Police Department, was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center at 4:48 p.m

A Louisiana police officer is facing criminal mischief and malfeasance in office charges after claiming he was shot in a Sunday ambush when he actually shot John Michael Goulart Jr., an officer with the Pineville Police Department, was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center at 4:48 p.m

A Louisiana police officer who claimed he was shot while on duty had instead shot himself in the leg, Deputy Chief Darrell B. Basco of the Pineville Police Department Administrative Bureau told CNN.

a man looking at the camera: John Michael Goulart Jr. was arrested Tuesday, police said. © Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office John Michael Goulart Jr. was arrested Tuesday, police said.

John Michael Goulart Jr., 25, was arrested Tuesday and charged with one count of criminal mischief and one count of malfeasance in office after falsely claiming he'd been shot, according to Basco.

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A Louisiana police officer is facing criminal mischief and malfeasance in office charges after claiming he was shot in a Sunday ambush when he actually shot John Michael Goulart Jr., an officer with the Pineville Police Department, was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center at 4:48 p.m

(KALB / PPD) - The Pineville Police Department says the officer who was allegedly ambushed on Sunday night actually shot himself . PPD says Goulart Jr. originally claimed he was shot once in the leg and a second shot hit the rear door of his police unit while he was at a shopping center at the

"The investigation led to a determination that the officer shot himself, concealed and altered the facts," according to a statement from Basco.

Around 11:50 p.m. Sunday night, Goulart, who was on duty, reported that he had been shot, according to Basco. He was transported to a local hospital where he was treated and released.

Officer on administrative leave

Two rounds were fired, according to Basco. One hit Goulart in the leg and the other hit the door of his vehicle. "Everything shows it was an accidental discharge," Basco said.

However, he added that accidental discharge incidents require a review by the chief of police and raise the possibility of disciplinary action.

CNN was unable to reach Goulart on Wednesday and was unable to determine if he had legal representation.

Goulart was booked at the Rapides Parish Detention Center, according to jail records. Basco told CNN that the charges Goulart faces are brought when an individual allegedly files a false police report. Goulart posted a $10,500 bond less than an hour after he was booked and remains on administrative leave.

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