Greeley officers shoot, kill suspect who displayed handgun

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GREELEY, Colo. — Police in Greeley shot and killed a man Wednesday evening who they say displayed a handgun during an incident at a motel.

“Officers were conducting an undercover anti-prostitution operation when an adult male “customer” of the undercover woman officer produced a handgun on the team of uniformed arrest team officers.  The individual was then shot and killed,” a statement from the police department says.

None of the police officers were injured.

The Weld County District Attorney’s office is investigating the shooting along with Greeley Police.


    • Anonymous

      I completely agree. Who would not be shocked when you get bum rushed by the police. He wasn’t sure if he was about to get jacked, jumped, or even worse. How sad that it had to be someone in authority, someone that should have known better .

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