Bodycam Footage of Wentzville Policer Officer Shooting at Kidnapping Suspect

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Wentzville, Missouri — The Wentzville Police Department released video footage of an officer shooting and wounding a man while he was threatening to kill himself outside an AutoZone on April 20. 54-year-old Daniel Phillips was shot by police just hours after prosecutors allege he kidnapped a former girlfriend near Troy, Missouri. While he was with her, Phillips reportedly threatened the ex-girlfriend with a gun, but she later was released unharmed. After two officers fired shots at Phillips. Phillips dropped the gun outside of the car. Phillips was unhandcuffed and taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Phillips is facing multiple charges in several jurisdictions related to the kidnapping and the shooting.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Bodycam: Officer #1
2:59 – Bodycam: Officer #2
6:12 – Bodycam: Officer #3

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48 thoughts on “Bodycam Footage of Wentzville Policer Officer Shooting at Kidnapping Suspect

  1. Homie thought he was sooo cool, toying with the cops, putting that gun to his head. That's an old trick, pulled by perps that know they're outgunned. – They try to shift the mode of the cops by making it a suicide issue. Then, when the cops let their guard down, the perp opens fire on them. – But Ol' Homie wasn't so keen on harm to himself when he got his wrist blown off. He's lucky to be alive. His fortune, our misfortune.

  2. SPOILERS, You’re gonna bother takin 3 minutes putting handcuffs on the idiot, that you just shot 15 times bleeding to death, lying face down in his own blood and shit surrounded by 8 other armed police officers… before you retrieve the trauma kit?

  3. These cops need more training, how do you fire that many shots and not finish the job? even all the air was let out of the car tyre but not this idiot. Did Officer 3 even fire a shot or is she just there to watch?

  4. It is amazing how fast he went from "I'm gonna kill myself" to "I'm bleeding bad, I'm dying man!"

    Well isn't that what you said you wanted 15 seconds ago? The actual fear that one is actually dying sure does change one's outlook on life.

  5. Hopefully he will be back on the streets soon helping set more crime and murder records to the nearest democrat controlled crap hole city. My new entertainment!!!

  6. So they didnt want him to commit suicide. But once he closed the door, they wanted to blow his brains tf out. It's a f^^^ joke. I know why they shot him. They could no longer see if their life was in danger.

  7. I likely missed the act that precipitated the barrage. I see the guy reach out, close the car door and the shooting begins. Why did the shooting begin at that point?

  8. The way that female officer jumped when the dude closed the car door and the two male officers immediately mag dumped him… I just imagine her inner monologue being something like, "WTF guys." I admire her restraint in her choice to not also mag dump the dude… She would probably have been more accurate. I cannot believe he lived.

  9. Both cops had RMR’s and perp only got hit in the wrist?!? He’s rather lucky I’d say….funny how perp was ready to blow his own brains out but then was freakin out from just his wrist being shot? One down, thousands to go.

  10. You can tell that Officer was so in shock he had no idea what to do, yet amazing training kicked in and this situation turned out a lot better than it could have. Straight to de-escalation techniques. Its refreshing seeing how proper training and good intentions can make the most out of such a bad situation regardless of how head strong the Officer is in that moment (too an extent) compared to some of the more hot headed Officers such as a few recent examples from Chicago's PD.

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