Bodycam Footage of Police Officers Shooting Armed Suspect in Woods

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Anne Arundel County, Maryland — Shortly before 2:30 a.m. on September 17, officers with the Anne Arundel County Police Department responded to a residence in the 4100 block of Sands Road in Harwood following 911 calls reporting a domestic violence incident. While officers were en route, a 911 caller said the man involved in the domestic violence incident, later identified as 48-year-old Anthony Hopkins Sr., had left the house and fired several gunshots outside. When officers arrived on scene, they formulated a plan to safely approach Hopkins’ home; one officer drove a police SUV while two officers walked behind it. While driving towards Hopkins’ home, several gunshots were fired from a wooded area alongside the driveway behind the officers.

Some oft-hose shots struck an unoccupied police vehicle. Several minutes later, Hopkins emerged from a wooded area on Sands Road across from the entrance to the driveway, still armed With a firearm. Officers gave commands for him to drop the gun, but he did not comply. Hopkins raised the gun in the direction of officers, and Officers Z. Devers, K. Slayton, B. Dehn, M. Hanlon, and J. Metcalf fired at him, striking him multiple times. Officers and paramedics provided medical aid, but Hopkins was pronounced dead on scene. No officers were injured during the incident. The woman involved in the domestic violence incident was taken to a hospital and later released. The dog seen in the video during the shooting was not injured.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Bodycam: Officer Slayton
10:11 – Bodycam: Officer Hanlon
11:28 – Bodycam: Officer Dehn
12:16 – Bodycam: Officer Metcalf

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41 thoughts on “Bodycam Footage of Police Officers Shooting Armed Suspect in Woods

  1. Give that female officer a raise. Absolutely no clue how she seen him in the woods. That could have went so bad if she didn’t spot him in time.

  2. Flashing lights everywhere

    Dog: Hell yeah. Haven't seen a party in these neck of the woods since little timmy had that Kegger

    Multiple shots fired

    Dog: Holy shit! HOOOLLY SHIT! Not a party, time to GTFO!

  3. Officer Dehn (Officer Eugene Tackleberry) at 11:37 didn't want to miss shooting. In fact, he needed to join shooting so badly that even a half a mile away he wanted to join shooting. Regadless that his fellow officer was almost in front of him and at 11:51 he was shooting while his fellow officer was almost at firing sector… Hitting with that semi-automatic pistol from that distance to your target, is a miracle. And I presume it was Glock 17.

  4. How many freaking times was that dude hit and he kept standing there???? That is some seriously amazing shit! How in the hell did he do that?? 😮😮😮

  5. Either they missed most of these shots or he was high on something, that was an enormous amount of bullets for him to still be standing. That one cop that was cowering behind the pig mobile looked like he was at the firing range taking his time with them shots 😂

  6. Seems to be a thoroughly planned suicide. Get girlfriend to scream for help for a brutal DV incident. Cavalry arrives, suspect is in the woods and lets off a few shots. Gets everyone good and scared and backup on scene, march towards them and don't stop pointing the gun til dead. He lifted the gun a second time after the first volley, he was never going to let any other outcome happen.

  7. This female officer needs de-shriekification training as far as her voice goes. When she yells her commands are unintelligible due to the high shriek factor.

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