Sunday, December 31, 2017

Deputies were responding to a domestic when ambushed...

via Reuters
“Multiple” sheriff’s deputies were injured on Sunday morning after responding to a report of a domestic disturbance near Denver, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said.

The injured deputies were responding to a call of shots fired in a residential area in Douglas County, about 10 miles south of Denver, around 6 a.m. local time. At least one deputy was injured, said Jason Blanchard, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office.

The total number of injured and the severity of the injuries was not immediately known.

“No status on the deputies and no status on civilian injuries,” one Tweet read.

Authorities had no information about a suspect or suspects and residents of the area were instructed to shelter in place.

You do know that these domestic calls seem to be one of the most hazardous calls LEOs respond to.

The public (including myself) think about drug dealers, gangs (from crips and bloods to bikers and ms-13), even traffic stops that go bad, but I would bet money that more of these guys are killed and injured just going to a simple call of Papa can't get along with Momma.

One thing that has me spinning.

If every domestic, call for aid was conducted in a military manner then you'd see perimeters secured, stacks on doors, dynamic entry, room cleared, pies being sliced and flash bangs going off.  Of course they can't do in essence every doorway these guys walk thru is a fatal funnel.

Sucks like hell to be them!

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