Glendale Police Shoot Suspect After He Fires His Weapon

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Glendale, Arizona — Glendale police released body-camera footage of an officer involved shooting that took place on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. The incident occurred near the intersection of 60th Avenue and Bethany Home Road. The incident began after neighbors called in to 9-1-1 to say they heard shots fired in the area. Officers eventually found the suspect, later identified as 25-year-old Jude Felix, at some nearby businesses where he was armed and not listening to officer’s pleas to surrender peacefully. When Felix fired his gun, they returned fire. Felix was struck and suffered life-threatening injuries. Police say he is in critical condition at a hospital. A gun was located at the scene of the incident, police say. No other injuries were reported. Felix in this case faces several charges which includes aggravated assault.

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34 thoughts on “Glendale Police Shoot Suspect After He Fires His Weapon

  1. I think a burst sear should be added to service weapons. Because honestly mag dumps are what kill most suspects the cops are trying to just subdue or neutralize. (Neutralization doesnt always mean killing/death)
    A 3rnd sear would effectively reduce the amount of rounds fired considering you need to pull the trigger again after all 3 shots have fired. Its a set motion (You simply cannot "spam" the trigger to "shoot more"), while the gun is still firing the fist 3 rounds. . . (You just have to wait until the next cycle before you pull the trigfer again) And if an officers weapon shoots an oddly high round number, then its obvious that officer was intentionally mag-dumping.

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