01:48 "Two SLCPD officers engaged the suspect and returned fire from the exterior of the apartment into the interior of the building, the affidavit states. Police say Nance and police exchanged gunfire through a front window. When officers entered the apartment, they found Thurber dead with a gunshot wound to the head, the affidavit states."
04:24 "Sources at the Forrest City Police Department identified the suspect as 40-year-old Bobby Gibbs and said he was dead. According to the Forrest City Police Department, Lt. Eric Varner and Detective Eugene Watlington were called to the store at 10:24 a.m. after Gibbs began making threats, saying he was going to blow up the Walmart. He was approached by the officers and thatís when the suspect reportedly opened fire, striking both."
06:56 "Mayor Bill de Blasio is front and center, but other politicians are being criticized for not doing enough to end anti-cop bias. 'I know you will all join me in keeping our officers in your thoughts and prayers,' de Blasio said Monday, beginning his Albany budget testimony with a nod to the horrific events in the 41st precinct. Three cops were injured in what police officials have called an attempted assassination."
08:17 "Other police union leaders are troubled by all the elected officials in the state for enacting anti-cop legislation, including the controversial bail reform laws. They want changes. 'It sends a terrible message unto the community. It promotes criminal activity with no consequences,' said Detectives Benevolent Association President Paul DiGiacamo. 'The people who sufferÖ are the people out there enforcing the law.'"
11:21 "David Headings said Monday that his son was on his way to work and stopped at the scene and fired a shot at Reed, who may have then committed suicide. An investigation is continuing. 'He was on his way to work and saw it and the guy was shooting at him,' David Headings said from his winter home in Georgia. 'He engaged with the guy but the guy shot at him twice and (Jemel) shot one time.'"
In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, a Salt Lake City officer responds to a domestic violence call, only to find the suspect's girlfriend shot dead. The suspect then goes on a shootout with police, attempts suicide and fails. He is now in being treated and will be charged with murder.
In Forrest City, Arkansas, two officers stop a gunman at Walmart who declared he would blow up the place. The suspect was killed. And in New York City, the latest violence against 2 police officers who were shot by the same suspect is again raising questions against Mayor de Blasio and his apparent reluctance to end anti-cop bias.
Lastly, Jemel Headings, the off-duty officer who shot and may have killed the murderer of a Florida State Trooper, has been identified as the son of the Battle Creek Police Chief.
00:24 Salt Lake City: Man murders girlfriend, attempts suicide & shoots police
04:13 Shooting at Forrest City Walmart ends with 1 suspect dead
06:48 Latest Bronx shooting raises questions about Mayor de Blasio & anti-cop bias
10:21 Off-duty officer who shot at cop killer identified as son of Battle Creek police chief