Unfortunately, over the years, PBWW channel has reported on several incidents people handcuffed back of a have managed to somehow get their hands on a gun somehow shoot themselves head. In 2018, Sarah Wilson allegedly grabbed a gun and shot herself head while handcuffed back of a .Victor White III, 22, was handcuffed back of a in Louisiana and also allegedly grabbed a gun and shot himself back of a .
Now, another investigation is underway as it's happened .
Authorities are now investigating the death of a 30-year-old woman in police custody whom officers say managed a gun while handcuffed back of a and kill herself.
The unnamed woman was being transported by police between two hospitals for a evaluation and would never make it to her destination.
It happened sheriff's cruiser was leaving Mary Washington Hospital early Monday morning, the Virginia State Police.
The shooting occurred city, but the Fredericksburg asked the state police .
According to state police Sgt. Brent Coffey, the Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office was asked the 30-year-old Spotsylvania woman from the hospital's crisis assessment center to Western State Hospital for evaluation.
The sergeant transporting told the Star in an email that "Had been combative at the hospital and with deputies" before she was secured back of the Ford Explorer.
Apparently, the official story of the police, she wasn't "Secured" back of the car and SUV pulled from the , he said, "The female fired one round from a handgun that was in her possession."
How, exactly crisis assessment center of a hospital, who was being transported by police hospital, managed a firearm while handcuffed and back of a , mystery.
Police released any details how obtained the gun she allegedly shoot herself head. One detail that police did release immediately is that clear that the officer didn't fire the gun.
"There evidence that either deputy riding front seat of the vehicle discharged a weapon at any time," the Spotsylvania spokesperson said, adding that neither deputy was injured.
Oddly enough, the two years who was custody of the Spotsylvania sheriff's office who managed a gun while handcuffed back of a and shoot themselves head. the Star, incident involving a county deputy happened two years ago, on Aug. 16, 2018, when handcuffed back seat of an SUV patrol vehicle got a gun from a compartment and shot himself head. At the time, the sheriff's office said , Christopher Howard, reached past the SUV's cage to open the compartment containing the gun and bullets.
While know details of this poor woman's death, PBWW channel has reported on incident a cop has actually shot and killed a handcuffed individual inside his .
As reported in January, Prince George's County reports that a driver had struck multiple vehicles.
When they arrived on the scene, they found , .
Temple Hills community, spokeswoman Christina Cotterman said the officers told her they believed was high on PCP because smell it.
While PCP does reportedly have an odor magic markers, police claiming that was high without first conducting a toxicology exam is irresponsible and deliberately misleading .
There are other details story that paints sketchy picture.
For starters, police were get handcuffed without incident.
We can deduce that without incident because officers claim they placed the Green front seat of the after they handcuffed him.
Officials told the media that normal for Prince George's County suspects front seats of their vehicles.
Based on the thousands of police stories PBWW Channel has reported over the years, that department policy suspects allegedly high on PCP to ride front seat of a - handcuffed or not - is unbelievable, as in, believe it.
PBWW channel has reported incidents of being arrested and asking to ride front seat to avoid embarrassment only to be denied by their arresting officers.
"A short time later, for reasons that are now in of the investigation, Green was shot seven times by the officer's duty weapon," police.
Cpl. Michael Owen Jr., a 10-year force veteran of the force was subsequently charged for murder.
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