Bodycam Captures a Man Pulling Out a Pistol And Opening Fire On Officers

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Houston, Texas — The Houston Police Department on Tuesday released body cam video of a shooting that wounded a police officer outside a southeast Houston gas station earlier this month. Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the shooting of an HPD officer at 14300 Gulf Freeway (South Interstate Highway 45) about 11:20 a.m. on Wednesday (May 4). The suspect, Jimmy Bryan, 23, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault of a public servant in the 338th State District Court. HPD Officer J. Sallee, who discharged his duty weapon, suffered a gunshot wound to the lower pelvic area and was transported to Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital in stable condition. Officer M. McMurtry, who also discharged his duty weapon, was not injured in this incident.Both were sworn in as HPD officers in June 2012 and are assigned to the Traffic Enforcement Division.

HPD Special Investigations Unit Sergeant R. Flores and Detectives A. Hurtado and R. Anderson reported: Members of the HPD Narcotics Division were conducting a multi-agency narcotics investigation in the area of the above address. As part of the investigation, officers with the HPD Highway Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, driven by Bryan, who stopped at a gas station at the above address. Officers approached the vehicle, made contact with the driver and asked him to exit the vehicle. The suspect (Bryan) then produced a weapon and fired several shots at the officers. Officer Sallee was struck at this time. Officers Sallee and McMurtry discharged their duty weapons, striking the suspect. Officer Sallee was transported by private vehicle to the hospital. Houston Fire Department paramedics transported the suspect to an area hospital in stable condition.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Dashcam: Officer McMurtry
2:53 – Bodycam: Officer McMurtry
5:08 – Bodycam: Officer Sallee
7:27 – Bodycam: Officer Schrock

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36 thoughts on “Bodycam Captures a Man Pulling Out a Pistol And Opening Fire On Officers

  1. Texas Department of Public Safety records show Bryan, 23 has a lengthy criminal history, with offenses dating back to 2016. So he's been a career criminal and hooligan since age 17!!
    A search of Bryan’s vehicle revealed over 120 grams of meth and a digital scale as well as two handguns.
    If convicted, he faces a minimum of 10 years in prison and up to life for the drug charges as well as a minimum of 10 years for using the firearm which must be served consecutively to the other prison term imposed.
    And why is he only be charged with assault on a police officer instead of attempted murder?? Lock his sorry menacing a$$ up!!

  2. Let us pray nobody was hurt or injured in anyway.

    The police overreacted in this case. If a fellow officer is shot and bleeding remain calm and immediately suppress the bleeding applying pressure then call for EMS.

  3. Lock this fucker up for life… we keep letting these kind of dipshits out and then wonder why this shit keeps happening. Their friends need to see that if you do this shit you go away… for a long freaking time.

  4. Man shoot at cops then begs them to save there legs I wonder why IMAGINE what would happen if you followed the DAMN law and didn’t get into gunfights real shocking.

  5. The suspect, Jimmy Bryan, 23, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault of a public servant in the 338th State District Court. A booking photo of Bryan, who remains hospitalized, is not releasable at this time, pending further investigation.

  6. It's surprising LEOs aren't the biggest supporters of gun control. But I guess it's too late for that anyways. Good luck to guys going out there and running into these wackos.

  7. Nobody going to comment about the dude with the truck who just rocked up and offered his back seat for a more comfortable ride?

  8. Ok but how the fuck is the guy in the car still alive lmao. Two cops at two different angles firing all those bullets and they didnt obliterate him? Idk man

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