MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Police in Memphis contend bystanders helped overpower a walking who climbed into a patrol automobile and reached for an officer’s gun.
A military news recover says a officer saw a think walking in trade Saturday afternoon and perplexing to strike flitting cars. According to a release, think Alphonso Johnson reached into a patrol automobile window and attempted to squeeze a officer. Police contend he crawled in a vehicle, attempted to remove a officer’s holster and yelled: “Give me your gun; I’m going to kill you.”
According to a release, people examination from a dilemma ran to a car, pulled a male out and helped overpower him until some-more officers arrived. The officer avoided critical injuries and was operative Sunday.
Shelby County jail annals uncover that Johnson, 27, was being hold on charges of attempted first-degree murder and facing arrest. Neither military nor jail officials knew if Johnson had a lawyer.