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The deputies ran into Orey, and one of them had a “spontaneous reaction.”
While police say Jennifer Orey was struck in the arm, her family maintains otherwise.
“You know what, you guys need to get your story straight,” Dennis Morgan, the woman’s father, admonished. “She wasn’t shot in the arm she was shot in the chest.”
Her sister-in-law added: “Part of a bullet ricocheted off and hit her in the pinky, and they also had to do a little bit of repair to her pinky as well.”
Originally posted by RimDaas
Originally posted by DerekJR321
The officer involved needs to at the VERY least undergo more training. Much more training. Though I think it more appropriate that he be removed from his job. Had the situation be reversed, and this woman fired upon an officer, thinking HE was the intruder, she would be under arrest for assault on a police officer, and attempted murder.
He need more training!?! First make him undergo an IQ test, then fire him then throw him in jail where he belongs.
Originally posted by roadgravel
Now before you call 911, decide who is the greater danger to you, the criminal or the responder.