Gary Guild, a Michigan State Trooper, was unexpectedly caught in a two vs one battle with suspects. His 1 vs 1 fight soon became a 3 vs 2 as people randomly joined the battle! The best part about this? It was all caught on dashcam!
He originally pulled over a man he was chasing, who had since crashed his bike on US 31.
As Guild fought to detain and cuff the first suspect, another person, the first suspect’s brother, arrived out of nowhere. This person wasn’t there to help. They were there to fight! As the second person arrived in a car, they tossed a beer can near the officer and then hopped out of their car and ran directly toward the officer. They engaged the officer in physical combat and eventually the two brothers were able to subdue the Michigan State Trooper in a choke hold as they beat him.
That’s when two more unexpected guests pulled over and joined the fight. These two random people were there to help. They yanked the degenerate brothers off of the officer and helped even the battle. The two brothers held one man back while the Trooper cuffed the other suspect.
Just goes to show you that everything we do can always involve the unexpected.
Berrien County, MI – Michigan State Trooper Garry Guild was in a fight for his life February 20th. While the trooper was being choked and beaten by two brothers, two hero citizens in two separate vehicles stopped to help him. Dash camera footage of the fight has now been released. While some places are only showing clips, we have the full video below.
According to MichiganLive, the incident began about 8:43 AM on a U.S. 31 bypass near Matthew Road in Berrien Township when Michigan State Trooper Guild attempted to stop a speeding motorcycle. 21-year-old unlicensed driver, Michael Barber, acted as if he were going to stop, then accelerated and fled.
He re-entered the freeway and was pursued by Trooper Garry Guild for three miles. Barber lost control on an exit ramp and wrecked. He quickly got to his feet and ran at Trooper Guild.
As Trooper Garry Guild was wrestling with the Barber, attempting to take him into custody, you can see a beer can being thrown at the trooper from a passing vehicle. That vehicle stopped, but it wasn’t help for the trooper, it was Barber’s brother, 19-year-old Travis Wise.
Wise charged at the trooper and started choking Trooper Garry Guild while Barber began punching him repeatedly in the face.
As Trooper Guild began to black out from the choke hold, two badass hero citizens in separate vehicles stopped to help the trooper. A 50-year-old man from Plainwell, who was not identified further, and a Berrien Springs citizen, Jerry Burnham, ran to the Trooper’s aid.
This trooper experienced one random guest, then two random guests, and still no one got shot? He should’ve shot someone. How he didn’t discharge his firearm is beyond me.
Two good ol’ American citizens help a struggling State Trooper overcome a pair of gnarly law breaking brothers. If you see cops on the side of the road, in a choke hold, and decide to get out and help – then proceed with caution! You have no idea if the person is carrying a weapon or not.
It’s great that these two everyday normal guys stopped to help their law enforcement. Seems like we’re going to need more help from local citizens with all the outrage from Trump protesters, sanctuary city scumbags, and everyone else who has become anti-cop over the last eight years thanks to Obama being non-supportive.
One day we will get everyone on the same page, but until then – keep fighting the good fight!
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