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WHEN AGNES LAWLESS and three friends were inside a Lukoil convenience store in the Northeast at 3 a.m. last August, they'd all but forgotten the fender-bender in which they'd been involved moments earlier.
There was little damage, and the other driver had left the scene, near Northeast Philadelphia Airport.
What they didn't know was that they'd been rear-ended by the son of a police officer who was on duty, and dad was about to get involved.
Lawless was standing at the counter of the store, at Comly Road and Roosevelt Boulevard, smiling and chatting with the clerk, when she was grabbed from behind and violently pushed back with a police officer's gun in her face.
Originally posted by bigfoot1212
i smell a coverup- if the kid had to report it to daddy who then did what he did and go to higher people what was the kid doing that was so wrong? i assume he was doing something illegal and daddy with his power thought he could belittle the sheeple.
i know what i would have told the police if i was the clerk or the owner and they told me to erase the tape- but because of t&c i will leave it to you to figure out
Originally posted by Frogs
reply to post by Jakes51
Yes - he pulled his gun and had it in her face.
I'd thought I'd included that bit in my OP, but after reading your post I noticed either I accidently hadn't grabbed it or the board cut if off. I went back and fixed it.
But yes, his weapon was drawn.
The clerk on duty the night that Lopez confronted Lawless told investigators that three times after the incident, police officers spoke with him about the security tape and that two asked if he would erase it.