Police officer dragged by auto during attempted arrest in Perth

Hannah Rogers
April 5, 2018

A 55-year-old Chinhoyi man is reportedly facing a murder charge after he fired three shots on a suspect that was evading police arrest on Sunday.

Others officers evacuated residents from nearby apartments. Police say the shooting happened on March 30 in the 100 block of Hennessey Street. The officer performed a traffic stop on the vehicle, and the driver of vehicle was detained without incident, police said.

The suspect ran into the backyard of a home on Irvington Drive and the vehicle continued until it hit a fence. They, then, asked Amanda Mayle to get out of the vehicle and had a dog do an open-air sniff around the vehicle, according to court documents. As the vehicle was re-entering the city, police were able to successfully deploy a tire deflation device using information supplied by the air support officers.

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Once Avery was taken into custody, officers discovered Avery also had a putty knife in his right hand. Doctors pronounced the man dead when he was taken to Mymensingh Medical College Hospital (MMCH).

Crespin is being held in the Boulder County Jail on $10,000 bond.

"The accused was assisting police to arrest two suspects who had unlawfully entered into Douglas's kitchen in Murereka farm while he was away with his wife Susan".

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