Shawn Tudor Death – An Alabama Police Officer has passed away following a shooting incident in Mobile. Authorities say Shawn Tudor died after he was shot by a suspect while investigating a report in the area. Shawn Tudor was transported to an area hospital following the incident. He was pronounced dead at the clinic he was transported to for treatment. Lawrence Baptiste, Chief of Police Batiste has admitted to the fact that he has no idea whether or not the accused, Marco Perez, shot anyone or not.
Police in Mobile was looking for Perez on suspicion of theft and filing a false report. Authorities on the federal level allegedly tried to have his probation terminated as well. When Tuder was honored as Officer of the Month in August of 2017, he had been with the department for fewer than five years. “really just started at that point in his career where he started to have a really big impact not only on people in the neighborhood but to the men and women who work here in this department,” Batiste said.
Nearly a year has passed since the murder of another police officer, Justin Billa, who was killed while trying to apprehend the man who had murdered his ex-wife. Batiste told the press that he was uncertain of the future. He added that it would be beneficial if citizens could inform authorities about “bad seeds” and “people who do the most damage in their neighborhood.” Batiste asked that everyone pray for Officer Tuder and his loved ones, including his wife, his mother and father, and his in-laws. You’re in for a rough patch.
Shawn Tudor Obituary and Funeral Arrangements Will Be Released By The Family
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The Rowlett police department is looking into a shooting that occurred at a park late on Friday night and resulted in three people being taken to the hospital. Officers were called to Twin Star Park shortly after 9:15 p.m. in response to a shooting that had taken place there. It was discovered that three people had been injured as a result of the shooting. They were taken by ambulance to the nearest hospital. According to the police, it does not appear that the injuries are life-threatening. The investigation into what led up to the shooting is still ongoing by the police.
At this time, there have been no people taken into custody. Det. Kenneth Hughes can be reached at (972) 412-6274 or via email at [email protected] if anyone has any information regarding this case.
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