UPDATED:Maurice Clemmons shot and killed by police

Maurice Clemmons shot and killed by police

 

 

SEATTLE — Maurice Clemmons, the suspect in the brutal, execution-style slaying of four Parkland, Wash. police officers, was shot and killed Tuesday morning in the South Seattle area after confronting police.

Police said they found one of the dead officer’s guns on Clemmons.

Several other people in the Seattle and Tacoma areas have been arrested and face charges of aiding and abetting the alleged cop killer. Police said they arrested the suspected getaway driver who helped Clemmons escape Parkland after he allegedly walked into a coffee shop and gunned down Parkland Sergeant Mark Renninger, 39, and Officers Ronald Owens, 37, Tina Griswold, 40, and Greg Richards, 42.

UPDATED:Black  Criminal ( Nigger?) Male Maurice Clemmons suspect sought in Lakewood officers slaying

This is a Hate Crime

 

People are blaming Huckabee but it was

 a black N—– that pulled the trigger , not a white male.

 http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2010385617_webmansought29.html

( watch Obama ignore and trivialize this massacre just as he did the Ft Hood Shootings by an immigrant,muslim Arab. This is  yet another sign the US has become a third world shit hole,like Mexico and Columbia)

Maurice Clemmons, a suspectin the killing of four Lakewood Police officers in Parkland, Washington
Update:Black criminal Clemmons N____ was not in House surrounded by Swat team”

Maurice Clemmons, a suspectin the killing of four Lakewood Police officers in Parkland, Washington
(AP Photo/Pierce County Sheriff’s Department)

Maurice Clemmons, 37, has been upgraded from a “person of interest” in the shooting of four Lakewood, Washington police officers, to a “suspect.” In addition, a police spokesman hinted that Clemmons may actually be dead. 

According to The Seattle Times, Clemmons has been surrounded by police officers inside a Leschi neighborhood home located in Seattle. At a 3:00 a.m. press briefing, Pierce County sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer said of Clemmons, “He has suffered a gunshot wound.” It is believed the gunshot came during the attack on police officers Sgt. Mark Renninger, 39, and officers Ronald Owens, 37, Tina Griswold, 40, and Gregory Richards, 42, and was fired by one of the officers.
 

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Maurice Clemmons Is Suspect In Killing 4 Washington Officers The Identified  Police Officers Victims Are:
Sgt. Mark Renninger, 39
Officer Ronald Owens, 37
Officer Tina Griswold, 40
Officer Greg Richards, 42.

Posted By Stacey Mulick on November 29, 2009 at 5:34 pm Share this

Maurice Clemmons

The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department has said they are looking for a person of interest in connection with this morning’s deadly shooting of four Lakewood police officers.

They are calling Maurice Clemmons, 37, a person of interest, not a suspect. He recently was released from jail and has extensive criminal history.

“He is somebody we want to talk to,” sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer said.

Investigators believe he was in the area.

Here’s the press release from the county:

The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department has identified a person of interest in the November 29, 2009, murder of four Lakewood Police officers. The person of interest is Maurice Clemmons, a 37 year old black male from the Parkland area of Pierce County. Clemmons is 5’8″ tall, 235 lbs., with black hair, brown eyes, and a mole on his left cheek.

Clemmons has extensive violent criminal history from Arkansas, including aggravated robbery and theft. He has also recently been arrested and charged in Pierce County for Assault 3rd on a Police Officer and for Rape of a Child.

Clemmons should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. If the public has any information on his whereabouts, call any tips to the Sheriff’s Department tip line at 1-866-977-2362.

UPDATE: Clemmons, described as a person of interest in the fatal shooting today of four Lakewood police officers, was granted clemency in 2004 by Mike Huckabee, then governor of Arkansas.

A 2004 news account from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette described the decision:

Pulaski County prosecutors dropped aggravated-robbery charges Monday against a 32-year-old Little Rock man paroled in 2001 after Gov. Mike Huckabee commuted the man’s 95-year sentence.

Maurice Clemmons served 11 years after his conviction for aggravated robbery in 1989. He was paroled in August 2000. Huckabee cited Clemmons’ young age at the time of his sentence – 17 – in the proclamation announcing the clemency.

After his release from the state Department of Correction, Clemmons violated his parole and was returned to prison in July 2001. He was released March 18, 2004.

Little Rock police obtained a warrant charging Clemmons with two counts of aggravated robbery and theft in the March 26, 2001, robberies of Gary Ervin and Jennifer Chime. The robberies occurred when Clemmons was out on parole.

But the warrants were not served for three years until Clemmons, now 32, was being released from state prison.

Defense attorney Stephen Morley asked Circuit Judge Barry Sims to dismiss the new charges. Morley argued that too much time had elapsed between the issuance of the warrant and Clemmons’ arrest.

In a brief hearing Monday in Sims’ court, prosecutors announced they would drop the charges.

UPDATE No. 2: Local charges against Clemmons date to May and July. Jail records show Clemmons was arrested and released four times between May and September, and most recently released from jail Nov. 24, five days before the Lakewood shootings.

In May, Clemmons was charged with multiple counts of third-degree assault and malicious mischief. The May 9 incident occurred in the 13100 block of 12th Avenue South, court documents state. Clemmons and two accomplices were confronted about multiple vehicles with broken windows. A sheriff’s deputy tried to arrest the two accomplices, who fought.

During the struggle, Clemmons emerged from a house and joined in the fight, punching the deputy in the face. A second deputy arrived, and the three men were arrested. Jail records indicate Clemmons bailed out of jail on May 11.

In July, Clemmons was arrested and charged with second-degree child rape. He bailed out on July 27. Prosecutors also discovered that Clemmons had an outstanding arrest warrant from the state of Arkansas. The Arkansas warrant was dismissed in July.

Prosecutors trying to multiple charges ordered Clemmons to undergo a mental evaluation to determine his competency to stand trial. Clemmons was found competent, according to court records.

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10 Responses to “UPDATED: Person of interest sought in Lakewood officers slaying”

justin_yorbum says:

November 29, 2009 at 6:09 pm

I hope they execute him in the street.

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fantum says:

November 29, 2009 at 6:11 pm

Clemmons was paroled by Gov Mike Huckabee (R) in 2000

___ Maurice Clemmons received a 35-year sentence in the early 1990s for armed robbery and theft. His sentence was commuted in May 2000, and he was let out three months later.

___ The following March, Clemmons committed two armed robberies and other crimes and was sentenced to 10 years. You’d think they’d keep him locked up after that, but no: He was paroled last March and is now wanted for aggravated robbery and I suppose a few questions about this case as well.

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MasterAtArms says:

November 29, 2009 at 6:28 pm

he will be a lucky man if the police get him before I do! i wouldnt mind a little prison time in this case.

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myhomeloan101 says:

November 29, 2009 at 6:52 pm

my home is locked and loaded and happily awaiting mr clemens should he choose to make a surprise visit… i hope they nail him tonite and hopefully he will be riding in a hearse before the morning sun comes up….

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angileyz says:

November 29, 2009 at 6:56 pm

I hope he puts up a strugle when they find him so my tax $ doesn’t support him for the next 60 years! He already has had one chance too many…

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Capybara91 says:

November 29, 2009 at 6:57 pm

I want the judge who released this scumbag to be publicized and scrutinized. He was facing life in prison under the 3 strikes law but was out on $150k bail.

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GreatWhiteTruth says:

November 29, 2009 at 7:08 pm

Hmmm,

SUSPECT BLACK MALE ???

That is sooooo unlike a black male to commit an unbelievably senseless violent act…

OR IS IT?

Blacks committed 52.3% of all homicides between 1976-2005; blacks are only 12% of the population!

And a direct quote from the FBI/DOJ:

“Blacks were over 7 times more likely than whites to commit homicide in 2005”.

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide/race.htm

Blacks make up 48% of convicted violent offenders in prison

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/cvvoatv.pdf

Blacks commit 44% of all rapes, despite being only 12% of the population

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/soo.pdf

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knowumsayin says:

November 29, 2009 at 7:09 pm

Ok, this has got to qualify as a hate crime.

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knowumsayin says:

November 29, 2009 at 7:14 pm

“blacks are only 12% of the population.. ” Correct, but we’re only talking about black males between 18 and 50 who are the responsible for a disproportional amount of the violent crime. And they make up only about 5 percent of the population.

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GreatWhiteTruth says:

November 29, 2009 at 7:17 pm

NO HATE CRIME HERE !!! The victims are the WRONG COLOR to qualify this as a hate crime even though that’s what most black on white crimes are.

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