Suspect sought after Newfoundland officer dragged by fleeing vehicle
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary say an arrest
warrant has been issued for a man accused of fleeing the scene of a break
and enter and injuring an officer.
ST. JOHNíS, N.L.óThe Royal Newfoundland Constabulary say an arrest warrant
has been issued for a man accused of fleeing the scene of a break and enter
and injuring an officer.
Police say the incident occurred after officers responded to an alarm at
Peter Eastonís Pub on Cookstown Road in St. Johnís around 5:20 a.m. Friday.
They say a suspect was inside, but left the building and jumped into a
vehicle parked nearby.
An officer tried to stop the vehicle, but it drove off and dragged her to a
nearby intersection where she managed to break free.
Her injuries are reported as not life-threatening.
Police say theyíre asking for the pubicís help in finding 30-year-old Gordie
Bishop is facing charges including aggravated assault of an officer and
assaulting an officer with a weapon.
Heís described as about 5-foot-10 with brown hair and blue eyes.
Commentary by the Ottawa Mens Centre
Break and enter are the classic well known crimes of those who fit into dumb
When it comes to the smarter Criminals, they become police officers, fabricate
evidence, abuse the victims of crime and adopt what is called "old school
policing" which means Police are above the law, and enforcers of political
fas.cist ideas of gender superiority.
Check out the story about Det. Peter Van Der Zander of the Ottawa Police at
Ottawa Mens Centre