Police officers shot Patrick Harmon as he fled. Officers claimed Harmon pulled a knife on them and threatened to cut them.
Police officers shot Patrick Harmon as he fled. Officers claimed Harmon pulled a knife on them and threatened to cut them. Flickr
Police officers shot Patrick Harmon as he fled. Officers claimed Harmon pulled a knife on them and threatened to cut them. Flickr

He was pulled over biking without a tail light. Police shot him as he fled, video shows

October 05, 2017 11:36 PM

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