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Bomb Threat At Wal-Mart Leads To Suspect Getting Shot By AR-15

Published June 6, 2021

Body camera footage release by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office shows a bomb-threat suspect being shot by deputies May 13, 2021 after attempting to flee. According to MCSO, deputies responded to a Walmart located on East Rittenhouse Road in Queen Creek around 7:30 p.m. for a bomb threat.


The Walmart began evacuating 150 customers and store employees after concern mounted regarding explosive device remarks made by 36-year-old Jacob Packard. Two deputies, who stayed inside the store, negotiated with Packard and asked him to lie on the floor. Packard complied initially before deputies said he suddenly attempted to flee.


The footage provided shows us one officers point of view during the confrontation. We see Packard initially complying with officers, as he lies belly down on the floor. After nearly an hour of communicating with the Packard, he makes a break for the door. The officer shoots at the suspect four times, dropping him to the ground.


Packard was provided medical aid until medical transport arrived on the scene. The suspect was last known to be in stable condition at a local hospital. It was later determined Packard was not in possession of an explosive device.


No officers or civilians were injured during this incident.

Published June 6, 2021

Body camera footage release by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office shows a bomb-threat suspect being shot by deputies May 13, 2021 after attempting to flee. According to MCSO, deputies responded to a Walmart located on East Rittenhouse Road in Queen Creek around 7:30 p.m. for a bomb threat.


The Walmart began evacuating 150 customers and store employees after concern mounted regarding explosive device remarks made by 36-year-old Jacob Packard. Two deputies, who stayed inside the store, negotiated with Packard and asked him to lie on the floor. Packard complied initially before deputies said he suddenly attempted to flee.


The footage provided shows us one officers point of view during the confrontation. We see Packard initially complying with officers, as he lies belly down on the floor. After nearly an hour of communicating with the Packard, he makes a break for the door. The officer shoots at the suspect four times, dropping him to the ground.


Packard was provided medical aid until medical transport arrived on the scene. The suspect was last known to be in stable condition at a local hospital. It was later determined Packard was not in possession of an explosive device.


No officers or civilians were injured during this incident.

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