‘Miscommunication’ led to Alabama woman being shot by officers trying to arrest man already in jail

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SilentPanda

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"Officers who mistakenly entered a home trying to arrest an Alabama man who was already in jail shot a woman who was inside, news outlets reported.Ann Rylee, 19, was wounded during the raid on Thursday, television news outlets quoted family members as saying. They said she was hospitalized and was expected to survive."

"Mobile County sheriff's deputies joined federal officers at a home in the Wilmer community looking for Nicholas McLeod, who used to live there. Jail records show he was actually arrested a day earlier on charges including possession of drug paraphernalia and evidence tampering. "

"A nephew, Christopher McLeod, told news outlets he was outside the house emptying the trash with a friend before work when multiple officers armed with rifles and wearing body armor pulled up in vehicles and demanded that they put up their hands. "
"McLeod said he told them Rylee, his fiancée, was inside the house asleep in a recliner in the living room, where they kept a shotgun for protection. Two federal marshals who had approached the home started yelling “gun” and fired multiple times, he said. "

And contridicatory statement

""there is video recordings of that."
"[T]here is no body camera footage because the Mobile County Sheriff's Office doesn't have body cameras. "


So..how does multiple different group fail to check where the suspect is currently located, and for the crime of evidence tamepering and owning drug paraphenelia require multi agency with a group that look like ready to go to war with terrorist?
 

RiOrius

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"McLeod said he told them Rylee, his fiancée, was inside the house asleep in a recliner in the living room, where they kept a shotgun for protection. Two federal marshals who had approached the home started yelling “gun” and fired multiple times, he said. "
I'm sure Republicans are very concerned about this kind of obstruction of 2nd amendment rights.
 
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