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(NSFW) Female Officer Accidentally Shoots Suspect, Thinking It Was Her Taser

Published Aug. 2, 2021

During a 2018 incident, Lawrence, Kansas police officer Brindley Blood was a secondary responding officer to a traffic stop, where a man was causing obstruction of justice by refusing to comply with officer commands.


The initial responding officer, Ian McCann can be seen through the dashcam footage, pulling over the suspect Akira Lewis, for a failure to wear a seatbelt violation. Within the first few seconds of the confrontation, officer McCann approaches the vehicle and informs Lewis why he stopped him. As soon as Lewis heard the reason why officer McCann stopped him, Lewis attempted to drive away from the scene, but stops only a few meters away.


After nearly four-minutes of arguing, officer Blood arrives on the scene and can be seen approaching the passenger side of the vehicle. With a secondary responding officer, officer McCann then attempted to remove Lewis from the vehicle. As soon as this happened, Lewis began threatening the officer, making statements such as "I'm gonna knock you in your mouth".


Nearly two-minutes after officer Blood responded, Lewis shoves officer McCann from the driver side door, punching McCann in the head and body-slamming him to the ground. While Lewis and officer McCann struggle on the ground, officer Blood approached from the passenger side of the vehicle yelling "taser taser taser!". Seconds later, officer Blood unknowingly retrieved her service weapon and squeezes off a round, point blank into Lewis's back. Officer Blood's initial response to her mistake was "oh s***, I shot him". At the time of the incident, officer Blood had been with the police force for only two-months.


Immediately following this situation, officer Blood resigned from her duties. Lewis survived his gun inflicted injury, and was later charged with battery against a law enforcement officer and failure to wear a seatbelt. Officer Blood was charged with aggravated battery, for recklessly hurting Lewis by accidentally discharging her firearm. However, these charges were later dismissed.


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Published Aug. 2, 2021

During a 2018 incident, Lawrence, Kansas police officer Brindley Blood was a secondary responding officer to a traffic stop, where a man was causing obstruction of justice by refusing to comply with officer commands.


The initial responding officer, Ian McCann can be seen through the dashcam footage, pulling over the suspect Akira Lewis, for a failure to wear a seatbelt violation. Within the first few seconds of the confrontation, officer McCann approaches the vehicle and informs Lewis why he stopped him. As soon as Lewis heard the reason why officer McCann stopped him, Lewis attempted to drive away from the scene, but stops only a few meters away.


After nearly four-minutes of arguing, officer Blood arrives on the scene and can be seen approaching the passenger side of the vehicle. With a secondary responding officer, officer McCann then attempted to remove Lewis from the vehicle. As soon as this happened, Lewis began threatening the officer, making statements such as "I'm gonna knock you in your mouth".


Nearly two-minutes after officer Blood responded, Lewis shoves officer McCann from the driver side door, punching McCann in the head and body-slamming him to the ground. While Lewis and officer McCann struggle on the ground, officer Blood approached from the passenger side of the vehicle yelling "taser taser taser!". Seconds later, officer Blood unknowingly retrieved her service weapon and squeezes off a round, point blank into Lewis's back. Officer Blood's initial response to her mistake was "oh s***, I shot him". At the time of the incident, officer Blood had been with the police force for only two-months.


Immediately following this situation, officer Blood resigned from her duties. Lewis survived his gun inflicted injury, and was later charged with battery against a law enforcement officer and failure to wear a seatbelt. Officer Blood was charged with aggravated battery, for recklessly hurting Lewis by accidentally discharging her firearm. However, these charges were later dismissed.


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