By Red Pill   |  12-08-2017   News
Photo credit: Toledo Police

Law enforcement in Toledo, Ohio says that gang violence has become such a major threat to Police officers as well as civilians that in just two months three officers have been fired upon by these savage criminals.

On Wednesday night, three violent gangbangers were outside of the Monroe Carryout on 2829 Monroe Street in Toledo, when the Toledo Police Department was operating surveillance in the area due to the heavy gun violence which has been plaguing the area.

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Officers say they pulled into the parking lot to ask the men what they were doing loitering, when 26-year-old Richard Morris and 22-year-old Jayvon Wynne began firing at them, missing the officers, which is typical from such low IQ thugs who never can seem to aim.

Also unsurprising, at least maybe not for these criminals, the Toledo Police are deadly accurate, but they chose to strike the men in the arms and legs to disarm them versus taking their lives.

Both Morris and Wynn were hit, and paramedics were called to the scene to transport them to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Sadly the world would likely have been better off had the officers killed the two gunmen, and they wouldn't have been in the wrong to do so since the thugs fired on them first.

The Toledo Police Chief George Kral gave a press conference on the issue, and the continued dangers posed by criminal gangs and low IQ savages who feel as if the city is their mafioso-style gun playground.

“Had it not been for the skills training discipline and heroism of these officers this incident could have been handled very differently,” said Chief Kral.

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Chief Kral also confirmed that a third suspect, 22-year-old Philip Overton was also taken into custody, for improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle.

The Chief continued, “As chief of police, I have the responsibility to protect the 99 percent of law-abiding citizens in Toledo. So I have a message for the one percent of the criminals in Toledo who choose to use firearms while breaking the law: Don't bring guns onto my street. Don't shoot firearms in my city. Don't shoot citizens that I have sworn to protect. And certainly, do not shoot at any of my officers," Chief Kral said. "If you do any of these things, I will move heaven and earth to hunt you down, take you into custody and publicly advocate for the harshest legal charges and longest prison sentences possible. The choice is yours.”

According to<a href="http://www.wtol.com/story/37011752/3-charged-in-officer-involved-shooting-in-central-toledo"> WTOL</a>, all three men have a violent history involving multiple gang shooting investigations which they're currently being looked at for and are well-known gangbangers in the city.

Much of Ohio has been plagued with the devastating heroin epidemic, that promotes not only drug addiction, and addicts committing crimes in order to steal or rob to get high, but also over the street gangs which compete for territory and control and leads to terrifying gang violence.

TPD Chief Kral said that there are several shootings going back six months to a year that these three potentially could be charged for, and that they're widely known as being parts of the gangs to Toledo Detectives.

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Anonymous No. 13588 1512751243

Its almost as if training in shooting would have real world benefits to accuracy.

Claude T No. 13604 1512760532

In what reality are law enforcement accurate shooters?

Tonebalone No. 13611 1512788504

Cops are taught to aim at center mass, not extremities. So these cops need remedial marksmanship training. And the thugs will likely sue the city and win a big settlement because their feelings were hurt.

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