Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Woman Attacks Police Officer In Athens Grocery Store

Athens, GA
An Athens area Kroger store has been the scene of yet another assault against a police officer, the second such assault in just over a month. In December 2007, a man attacked and stabbed Sgt. Courtney Gale, who still remains hospitalized.

In the second attack a woman, Shakeena Davis, attacked Officer Charles Snyder and wrestled away his firearm before being pepper sprayed by the policeman. Both were taken to area hospitals for evaluation.

A woman grabbed an Athens police officer's handgun during a scuffle at the same grocery store where another officer was stabbed last month, police said.

Lt. Mike Tyndell said Officer Charles Snyder's injuries in the attack about 7 p.m. Monday at the Kroger store are not believed to be serious. Tyndell said the off-duty officer was working in uniform as a store security guard and approached a woman identified as Shakeena Davis of Athens, after someone told him the woman was wanted on felony warrants.

Story continued here.

1 comment:

Truthful said...

How dare you police officers attempt to capture a Hybrid Ape??

These creatures are wild animals that should remain free.

The problem is, the Jews want these animals in human society where they don't fit in.

To force a wild animal to act human is...well, inhumane!!

Set these Hybrid apes free in their own habitat. Like lions, tigers and bears, they are wild, ferocious, vicious and predatory in their genes. It is in them and will come out.