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Monday, September 14, 2009
[MI] Maybe Officer Kacmarsky's wife will be charged for shooting him. Maybe she won't.
...Eaton County Prosecuting Attorney Jeffrey Sauter said today that his office will delay a decision on whether to charge the wife of a Lansing police officer accused of shooting him... Officers “had probable cause to arrest her that morning, but the shooting victim refused to make a statement to ECSD investigators,” Sauter said, adding that there was evidence that the woman had been physically assaulted prior to the shooting...
Excerpts from the last couple days of news:
LANSING COP SHOT DURING DOMESTIC INCIDENT
Landing State Journal
Kathryn Prater email@example.com
September 12, 2009
[Excerpts] A Lansing police officer was shot early this morning in an incident the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office said “appears domestic related.” Colin Thomas Kacmarsky, 33, of Dimondale was shot at 3:10 a.m. today... his condition was not available. Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 25-year-old woman who also lives at the home, police said. Officials would not identify the relationship between the two... [Full article here]
UPDATE: SUSPECT IN COP SHOOTING RELEASED
Sep 12, 2009 11:27 AM
The Eaton County Sheriff's Department says the woman taken into custody in the shooting has been released without charges. ORIGINAL STORY: Investigators are searching for answers after a Lansing police officer is shot... The officer is 33-year-old Colin Kacmarsky... 6 News talked to one woman who heard the whole thing. She says a woman was screaming and she heard a man's voice. She heard one loud scream and then a pop... And while detectives think they know who did it, they still don't know why. Sheriff Mike Raines Eaton County: "I don't know if it was an accident, self-defense, or intentional. We don't know that 'til we talk to the victim and sort the whole thing out"... [Full article here]
WOMAN RELEASED IN OFF-DUTY COP SHOOTING
Sep 14, 2009
EATON COUNTY - The Eaton County Sheriff's office confirms that the woman who was detained after the shooting of an off-duty Lansing police officer has been released without charges, pending further investigation. She was released Sunday. 33-year-old Colin Kacmarsky was shot in his home in Dimondale in the early morning hours of Saturday. He remains hospitalized in stable condition... On Saturday Sheriff's deputies said the incident appeared to be a domestic argument. No time frame was given for the conclusion of their investigation. [Full article here]
WIFE ACCUSED OF SHOOTING LANSING COP RELEASED FROM JAIL
Landing State Journal
Matthew Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
September 14, 2009
Eaton County Prosecuting Attorney Jeffrey Sauter said today that his office will delay a decision on whether to charge the wife of a Lansing police officer accused of shooting him.... He remains in stable condition at a local hospital, according to the Eaton County Sheriff’s Department... Officers “had probable cause to arrest her that morning, but the shooting victim refused to make a statement to ECSD investigators,” Sauter said, adding that there was evidence that the woman had been physically assaulted prior to the shooting. “Consequently, I decided to release her from custody and review the facts after the investigation is complete,” Sauter said. [Full article here]
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