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Author:  Molly [ Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:38 pm ]
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Gunman shot by police during Ferguson protest gets 15 years in prison
By Joel Currier | St. Louis Post-Dispatch | August 26, 2017

CLAYTON • A man shot by undercover police in Ferguson after he fired at them during an anniversary protest of Michael Brown's death was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison.

Tyrone Harris, 20, pleaded guilty Friday to four counts of assaulting police, five counts of armed criminal action and one count of shooting at or from a vehicle. St. Louis County Judge Joseph Dueker sentenced Harris to 15 years on all counts as part of a plea agreement between Harris and prosecutors.

Police said that the officers went after Harris in an unmarked car, with warning lights flashing, and that he fired at them. At least one shot hit their vehicle. Police returned fire and pursued him on foot. They shot him, they said, when he turned at them with a 9mm pistol that had been reported stolen in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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Author:  Molly [ Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:26 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ferguson Safari Park - Discussion #3

IDK how we missed these lovely losers, Rumpole. lol I do remember the incident. I am picturing LaLa as the female that picked them up in the MBMobile. ;) Shock time is not as bad as it sounds. It's just a short time in jail (usually 3 to 6 mos) in combination with probation after release.

St. Louis County man gets probation, 'shock time' for attempted assault on police during Ferguson protest
By Robert Patrick | St. Louis Post-Dispatch | October 17, 2017

CLAYTON • One of three men accused of throwing bricks and a tire iron at two St. Louis County police officers in Dellwood during the Ferguson protests in 2014 was sentenced Friday to 120 days of “shock time” in jail, followed by five years on probation.

Police and prosecutors say that Cedric L. James, 24, was one of three men who threw bricks and a tire iron at St. Louis County police on Nov. 25, 2014, just hours after the announcement that a St. Louis County grand jury had declined to indict a Ferguson police officer for killing Michael Brown. Officers John Wilson and Carson MacInnis were hit but not injured.

After the incident at Chambers Road and Floridale Avenue, the men jumped in a car, but police surrounded it before it could get away, charging documents say. The men jumped out and ran, leaving the driver. They were caught when police let the driver go and followed her until she picked up the three men, documents say.
Korey L. Haulcy, 22, and Andrew L. Brady, 27, have pleaded not guilty. Warrants have been issued for both men for failing to show up in court.

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