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Suspect in shooting of 2 Louisville police officers identified

Suspect in shooting of 2 Louisville police officers identified

The suspect in the shooting of two Louisville police officers has been identified as 26-year-old Larynzo Johnson. Johnson was arrested Wednesday and faces multiple charges of first-degree assault of a police officer and first-degree wanton endangerment. Johnson’s record shows no prior arrests for violent crimes or felony convictions.

Clay 0 months

What race was this man? Turns out he's a r@cist black guy. You know they're hiding something when they don't sensationalize his skin color like they do whites.

John W
John W 0 months

Yes the arrested the guy, but they did not charge attempted murder, just assault and endangerment. ⁉️

O'Brien 0 months

It’s called Murder in the First. Say it with me you shonky DAs. Premeditated. Attempted. Homicide.

Robert_Clearwater 0 months

Intentionally used a handgun to fire multiple bullets at police officers but lol just hit home with assault charges ha what a joke. I predict we will start seeing a lot of flippant communist prosecutors start applying the "wanton disregard" label to attempted murder of police as a sort of undercharge and a protest.

rob 0 months

I bet my homie dindu nuffin

Antifa are terrorists
Antifa are terrorists 0 months

BLM terrorist.

John W
John W 0 months

Except, everything you know about the Taylor case is fake. There are photos of drugs being moved in and out of her apartment.

Trevelyn 0 months

Fire up the electric chair .

Kent 0 months

Criminals gonns criminal

Anon 0 months

They only charged him with wonton endangerment because they did the same to that cop. Trying to normalize a bogus sentence.

Tyler 0 months

can’t say I feel bad for these cops. Karma waits for no mans, so I wonder what these cops did to deserve a few rounds in there chest.

Tim Baker
Tim Baker 0 months

Ssf o he straight up murdered two cops and doesn't face murder charges? Wtf.

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