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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

New York state trooper 'shot dead by soldier'

A New York State trooper was shot dead by an active service Army infantryman while responding to reports of a domestic dispute.

Trooper Joel R. Davis, 36, died after he was shot approaching the property in Theresa, Jefferson County.

The suspect, 32-year-old Justin D. Walters, surrendered to other state troopers without incident.

Walters appeared in court on Monday evening. About a dozen troopers stood at the back of LeRay Town Court as he was led into the room in shackles.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Too bad the families of those unjustly shot dead by police can't lead them into court in shackles. Maybe that could sway the court enough to deliver a penalty for murder.

Anonymous said...

Very few "unjustly" shot by police. Less than 1%

Rebel Without a Clue said...

Truly sad, RIP Trooper. I would like to think that the soldier is suffering from PTSD but the story does not indicate so. What a sad story.

Anonymous said...

I believe Soldiers are more heroic than Cops.
What say you?