Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Georgia man robbed of a police car during arrest

A Georgia man was arrested and handcuffed after he robbed a police car and fled the officers, according to authorities.

Tommy Morgan, 32, robbed a Dade County patrol car on Friday and is now wanted for hit and run, motor vehicle theft and interference with government property, which are all felony charges.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, while the officer was out of his patrol car Morgan, who initially had her hands tied behind her back, somehow managed to get her hands in front of her and made her way through the partition into the car.

The Dade County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Morgan and has asked the community to help locate the suspect. – photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Morgan later hit another soldier with the vehicle as it was backing away. The officers lost sight of the fleeing patrol car before they could give chase.

However, officers found the abandoned vehicle in a ditch about a mile from the scene of the robbery.

Unfortunately, they tracked Morgan for a few miles with the help of a K9, but were unsuccessful in their attempts to locate him.

As of now, the Dade County Sheriff’s Office is still searching for Morgan and is asking the community for help in locating the suspect.

Florida man kills one family member, injures another in ‘extremely violent and brutal’ attack

In other incidents, last November, in the early hours of the morning, a 19-year-old Georgia man was arrested in Palm Coast, Florida, for the brutal murder of a family member and assault of another, police said.

Representatives from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call around 2:56 p.m. Wednesday after the caller reported a man showed up at his home in Clermont Court claiming he had been assaulted and He needed help.

Police said officers upon arrival spoke to the victim, who claimed to have been assaulted by a family member, later identified as Luke Ingram of Dunwoody, Georgia. The victim told the police that she thought another family member had been attacked inside the house.

The sheriff’s office said deputies went to the home and found the suspect standing with a critically wounded man and a blunt object used in the attack.

Firefighters and rescue workers arrived at the scene to help the injured man, but paramedics pronounced the victim dead at 3:24 a.m. due to “significant blunt force trauma”.

According to the sheriff’s office, the suspect refused to obey police and physically resisted arrest. Officers confronted him and eventually took him into custody so emergency services could enter the home and try to help the victim.

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Major Case Unit was called in to investigate the incident as a homicide.

The suspect was taken to the Flagler County Courthouse by police and questioned by detectives. the police said He attempted to escape by pulling his handcuffed arms by his legs and attacking the detectives and officers present.

“After significant fighting and multiple Taser deployments, he was subdued again and taken to Advent Health-Palm Coast for medical clearance before being moved to the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Center,” the sheriff’s office said.

thanks for the attack Police said a key case detective was treated at a local medical center for injuries, which thankfully were not life-threatening.

“We hope our detectives are recovering from their injuries while their partners take this violent criminal off the streets and back into jail,” Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staley said.

So far, Ingram has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder, domestic violence by strangulation, resisting violence and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. He is currently being held without bail.

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