Show Low Police Officer Shot 

Posted on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 at 4:48 PM

Issued by Arizona Department of Public Safety 


On 11/8/16, at 1:32 p.m., a Show Low Police Department Officer was shot at the Arby’s within the City of Show Low, Arizona. 

The officer is in critical condition. 

The suspect is outstanding and fled in the vehicle below.

SUSPECT VEHICLE 

Dirty and dark blue or black with 18” rims
LIC PLATE: BRR3855 
VYR: 1989 VMA: CHEV VMO: SBZ VST: 2DSW

SUSPECT

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White male wearing black leather trench coat with silver handgun
NAME: DANIEL,J G,ERICKSON DOB: 1980 
ADDR: HUACHUCA CITY AZ 85616
SEX: M HGT: 511 WGT: 185 HAIR: BRN EYE:HZL

Please Call 911 Immediately with any information.



2 comments on “Show Low Police Officer Shot ”

  1. danceswithskunks Reply

    The officer, Officer Darrin Reed with Show Low Arizona Police Department has died from his gunshot wounds.

    In the past TEN days, at least 15 LEO’s have DIED from gunshots, many were ambushed. That’s not counting the injured ones. For those of you who complain about criminals getting shot by police – here’s one answer. It takes SECONDS for an officer to be injured or killed. I know about this because I do volunteer work for the injured LEOs or families of the fallen every single day, and I hear each of their stories. I also speak with their families, fellow officers, friends and in many cases the dispatchers who are like mother hens to them.

    Every single officer killed in the past ten days alone, was well loved and very involved in his community. Most never had a chance to even pull out their weapon, and some were hit so fast, they probably didn’t even realize they were dead. I have been following the condition of one that lived since July 17th. Baton Rouge Deputy Nick Tullier. A loving, caring person. He didn’t give a crap what color you were. His biggest thing was to help out those in need (drug addicts, etc). He was shot in the back of the head, the stomach and the shoulder. He’s still in a coma, but slowly responding to small things. I know Nick now through his parents, mostly his dad who I’ve been in contact with. I never knew him before, but he is a great man and has helped out countless people.

    For those of you who have any negative things to say, I don’t have any more time to argue with you anymore. My focus is fully on the officers and families. Someone here basically told me to get a life. This is my life. I wrote this to pay my respects, honor LEOs and stand beside them.

    Regardless of the election outcome, we will probably see more violence. But I do know that no matter how much I beg and plead for the LEOs to stand down (quit) to save their own lives, they will never give up.

    For any LEOs out there, please keep your head on a swivel and be safe. Go home to your loved ones and not in a body bag. You all have my full support and I know of a large number of citizens and veterans who are ready and willing to stand BESIDE you. We have your six – just say the word. We’re ready.

  2. Jus Wondering Reply

    I understand what your saying and Bless your Heart for all that you say you do but if your so passionate at what you do, on a daily bases, why is it that your always making long comments about the same thing over and over.? Seems to me you spend an awful lot of time here worrying about what everybody/anybody has to say. Yet you continue on even after you texted and I quote “I don’t have anymore time to argue with you anymore. My focus is fully on the officers and families, unquote. Then rattled on for 2-3 more paragraphs! Seems to me your focus is on SF. Just sayin……

  

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