Media concerned over the thug being able to get a gun not that he is out on bail for a 3 Dec drug charge.
One of the drum beats of the anti-police movement in America is how cops “over-react” during “routine” traffic stops when a subject doesn’t obey commands.
The next time someone makes that argument they ought to be shown this video.
Florida’s Indian River County Sheriff’s Office released dashcam video on Friday of one so-called routine traffic stop that nearly turned deadly.
Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher Lester stopped 52-year-old Andrew Coffee for driving his scooter without a tag, according to the sheriff’s office.
“Don’t go reaching for anything,” Lester shouted while telling Coffee to place his hands on the vehicle.
Coffee hauled off and punched Lester in the face then grabbed a revolver out of his waistband and began shooting at Lester.
“As he knocked the deputy down and sucker punched him, he continued to stand over him and attempted to end his life,” Sheriff Deryl Loar told WPTV.
“It reminds us of the dangers that are faced everyday in law enforcement. It is a war on the streets and I’m sick of it,” he added.
Coffee is a convicted violent felon who was released from prison last year after being convicted for attempted murder in 1993 and was arrested again on drug charges Dec. 3 yet somehow he was able to get a gun, according to WPTV.
It’s almost as if a career criminal like Coffee won’t obey “common sense” gun laws.