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Greenfield, Wisconsin — On August 22, 2021, a Greenfield police officer witnessed 31-year-old Tyran Lamb run a red light. The officer, who is labeled as “Officer 1” in the video, activated his lights and siren and attempted to stop Lamb. The officer tried several times to get Lamb to pull over and park, only to have him continue to flee from police. A backup officer arrives and Lamb speed away from her and Officer 1. Efforts to stop Lamb continued with a third officer deploying spike strips – a tire deflation device – to get Lamb to stop but he continued to flee, crashing into another driver. Lamb vehicle’s air bags deployed, and he refused to show officers his hands, so the threat to the officers inside the vehicle was unknown. Officers draw their guns and ordered Lamb to show them his hands 18 times, which he refused to do. A bystander interject herself into this scene, causing the officers to divert their attention from the suspect. Officer 1 gets right up to the windshield to try and see both Lamb’s hands. Suddenly Lamb shoots multiple times at Officer 1 through the windshield, hitting him. As the suspect ran away, he jumped over the downed officer, firing at him at point blank range. Lamb died a short distance away after being shot by police. Body camera footage shows the officer on the ground, a backup officer rushing to provide life-saving measures. Officials said the Greenfield officer who was shot is now recovering at home and is expected to make a full recovery.
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