Son of Dallas Police Chief (Convicted Drug user) Apparently Kills Two Innocent People Including Responding Officer
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Source: Dallas police chief's son killed Lancaster officer responding after Chief's Son Shoots Another man. Son killed by another responding officer
07:06 PM CDT on Monday, June 21, 2010
By TANYA EISERER and SCOTT GOLDSTEIN / The Dallas Morning News
LANCASTER, TX – The son of new Dallas Police Chief David Brown killed a Lancaster police officer and another man during a Sunday melee that left three people dead, according to a law enforcement official.
A law enforcement source who is familiar with the case and who asked that he not be identified said Brown had been behaving erratically
Wearing boxers, sunglasses and no shoes, Brown apparently killed a man who had just pulled into the complex in his car with his wife and children. A short time later, he shot and killed Craig Shaw, a five-year veteran of the Lancaster police force who was the first officer called to the scene.
"This community has lost a good officer, a very good officer. We are heartbroken," Lancaster Police Chief Keith Humphrey said.
Shaw, 37, a father of two, was the first Lancaster officer fatally shot in the line of duty.