February 11, 2018
The “somebody” in this case is this feral negro.
This violence needs to be ended with Trump sending the military into every inner city to forcibly remove these Blacks.
It was a heartbreaking day in Locust Grove on Friday, as the first officer in the city’s 124-year history was killed in the line of duty while helping Henry County deputies serve an arrest warrant.
Officer Chase Maddox, a nearly 5-year veteran of the force, had met up with two Henry County Deputies Michael D. Corley and Ralph Sidwell “Sid” Callaway at a home on St. Francis Court after receiving a call for backup. The deputies were trying to serve a warrant for failure to appear on an individual.
“You never know when you’re going to take somebody into custody, what kind of response you’re going to get, but what we can, uh, what our information is, is that it was obvious that the individual was not going to go,” said Henry County Sheriff Keith McBayer.
The officer and two deputies were inside the home when investigators said an altercation broke out.
“We have two deputies that were shot and one Locust Grove police officer that was shot. The Locust Grove police officer died shortly afterward at the hospital,” said Henry County Sheriff Keith McBayer.
The sheriff said Officer Maddox was struck in the head; the deputies were hit on their bodies.