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Caught On Tape: Man Tries To Murder 3 Officers With His Car



Three police officers in Phoenix were the target of a savage attempted murder by a suspect in a car. Thankfully no one was killed. 

When you watch the video, you can see the three cops standing around their vehicle in a well-lit parking lot and the suspect's car at the gas pump. The suspect then goes to leave, but instead, he changes his mind and backs into a spot facing the cops. He sits there for a few minutes with his lights off, before he turns them back on and attempts to mow down the officers.

The video footage is graphic. He hits two of the cops, completely rolling over one, and sending the other upwards and through the glass. Before the 3rd officer can even get into the store the suspect gets out of his car and starts fighting with one of the injured officers. It takes two police just to bring him down.

Thankfully the worst injury was a broken leg. Again, this is remarkable that no one was killed.

Phoenix Police Chief Joseph Yahner gave the press conference saying, “We are confident that this is an intentional act.”

The suspect is 44-year-old Marc LaQuon Payne. It is still unclear why he decided to try and end the three officers lives that night, but as Yahner said, “I’m outraged by this incident. This stuff needs to stop.” Sentiments I'm sure all Americans are feeling right now.

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