BREAKING: Video So ‘Gruesome’ Cop Sentenced to 5 Years For Shooting Into Car of Teens, 16 Times


Chicago, IL — In August, Chicago police officer Marco Proano told a jury that when he fired 16 shots into a car full of unarmed teenagers, that was not threatening him, he was just doing his job. However, the dashcam video was so ‘gruesome’ that a jury did not agree. After only a 4 hour deliberation, Proana became the exception to the rule by actually getting convicted for his crimes.

Proano was found guilty on two felony counts of using excessive force in violating the victims’ civil rights. He was facing a maximum of 10 years in prison on each count but moments ago, he was sentenced to just 5 years. Given Chicago’s irresponsible and incredible ability to utterly fail at holding violent cops accountable, the sentence is surprisingly lengthy and precedent-setting.

During the sentencing, U.S. District Judge Gary Feinerman rejected Proano’s argument that he was forced to shoot at the car to save a teen’s life.

The judge said that at the time of the shooting, Proano “was not a police officer . . . He was the source of chaos and violence.”

As the Chicago Sun-Times reports, Proano’s sentencing hearing followed a week that saw prosecutors drop several criminal charges in state court in connection with alleged police misconduct — including what is believed to be the first mass exoneration in Cook County history.

Daniel Herbert, Proano’s attorney, told the judge that prosecutors “can consider the message received.”

“Every law enforcement officer on the streets would not dare step into the shoes of Marco Proano,” Herbert wrote earlier this month. “Marco Proano was a decorated police officer who now is branded as a criminal. A search of his name does not reveal heroic arrests or public service awards, rather it is story after story about his indictment, trial and conviction. The unqualified anguish that Proano and his family have endured throughout this ordeal cannot be naysaid. His reputation is gone.”

This sympathetic description of a dangerous cop who nearly killed six kids as a hero should come as no surprise given the fact that Herbert is also representing Jason Van Dyke, the Chicago police officer facing murder charges in state court after fatally shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in his back as he ran away.

The family of McDonald is likely encouraged by this conviction and subsequent sentencing as it could pave the way to hold the man accountable who murdered their son.

Naturally, the Fraternal Order of Police took to expressing their disappointment with the verdict at the time and attempted to paint Proano as a victim of public scrutiny.

“The pressure on the police is making the job extremely difficult,” FOP President Kevin Graham said in the statement. “It seems that the criminal elements in our society are not accountable in our justice system, while the police face an intense scrutiny for every split-second decision they make.”

Given the fact that Proano is the first cop to be convicted in memory, Graham’s claim of scrutiny for Chicago cops is laughable.

As TFTP reported in 2015, the deeply troubling police dash cam video was kept from the public by the city of Chicago which showed Proano fire into a car occupied by six unarmed teenagers. Police did not want the public to see this video, and after you watch it, you will know why.

After the shooting, city lawyers successfully convinced a federal judge to put the video under a protective order, which prevented parties to the lawsuit from releasing it publicly. However, after watching the video, Retired Cook County Judge Andrew Berman was so disturbed by what he saw that he leaked it to The Chicago Reporter. Neither Berman nor the Reporter were subject to the order.

“I’ve seen lots of gruesome, grisly crimes,” said. Berman. “But this is disturbing on a whole different level.”

In March of 2015, the teens won a federal lawsuit against the city and three police officers, using the video as the center of their case.

In the video, Proano shoots into a moving car of six unarmed teenagers. Two of the teenagers were shot – one in the shoulder and the other in the left hip and right heel, according to court documents.

CPD’s policy prohibits officers from firing at moving vehicles that are not a threat. The teens in the car posed zero threat to Proano, who jumped out of his cruiser and immediately unloaded his weapon into multiple unarmed teenagers.

After the shooting police discovered that the car was stolen. However, the teen was found not guilty because prosecutors were unable to prove he knew the car was stolen. Even if they had stolen this vehicle, the actions of Officer Proano would not have been justified.

For nearly two years—because he and his cronies hid the video—Proano was never disciplined and remained an active member of the Chicago Police Department. Thanks to a judge with a conscience, however, all that has changed.

Below is the video you were never supposed to see.

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Mandalay Bay Las Vegas Mass Shooting Was Absolutely Another Faked Event: More Than Enough Evidence—and Why These Deceit Events Matter

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Trump deletes tweet that appeared to reference wrong mass shooting

Hours after a shooting spree in Northern California left five people dead, President Trump tweeted his condolences — about the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, earlier this month.

“May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas,” Trump tweeted late Tuesday. “The FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived.”

The tweet was deleted on Wednesday morning, but not before the president was widely mocked for appearing to offer his condolences about the wrong mass shooting.

White House officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Trump rarely deletes his freewheeling tweets, though sometimes he deletes and fixes the posts with typos.

Trump had already tweeted his support for the people of Sutherland Springs from Japan, a stop on his 12-day trip to Asia.

“May God be w/ the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas,” he wrote on Nov. 5. “The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene. I am monitoring the situation from Japan.”

The same day, 26 people were killed and dozens more were injured in the shootings at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. The shootings Trump may have meant to refer to — in Rancho Tehama Reserve, Calif. — left five dead and 10 others, including two children, wounded after a gunman opened fire outside an elementary school on Wednesday morning and continued his rampage on the streets of the small community before he was killed by police.

Earlier Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence tweeted a message of support for the Northern California shooting victims.

“Saddened to hear of the shooting in N. California, the loss of life & injuries, including innocent children,” Pence wrote. “We commend the effort of courageous law enforcement. We’ll continue to monitor the situation & provide federal support, as we pray for comfort & healing for all impacted.”

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14 More Lawsuits Filed In Aftermath Of Las Vegas Shooting

A Chicago law firm filed 14 civil complaints on Wednesday over the Oct. 1 shooting at a concert in Las Vegas that left 58 people dead and more than 500 others wounded.

The lawsuit names as defendants Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, concert organizer Live Nation and Slide Fire Solutions, a Texas company that manufactures and sells the gun accessory that enabled the Vegas shooter to fire rapidly.

The plaintiffs are seeking unspecified compensation for “physical and mental injuries,” for which they say the defendants are at least partially to blame.

Stephen Paddock, 64, opened fire on 22,000 concertgoers from his room at the Mandalay Bay, which overlooked the venue of a massive three-day country music event. It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The lawsuit says that Paddock was a frequent gambler who enjoyed VIP status at the resort, which allowed him privileges including the use of a service elevator that allowed him to stockpile an arsenal in his suite over the course of several days. The filing argues that the hotel failed to conduct routine searches on his bags.

The lawsuit also states that exits at the concert venue were poorly marked, which made it difficult for attendees to evacuate. 

The shots that began raining down on concertgoers shortly after 10 p.m. Oct. 1 came in rapid succession, made possible by a gun accessory that allowed the shooter to fire hundreds of rounds per minute. Paddock had acquired 12 bump stocks, which made his semiautomatic rifles perform more like fully automatic weapons.

In naming Slide Fire Solutions as a defendant, lead attorney Antonio Romanucci told The Associated Press that the lawsuit aimed to hold “the entire supply chain” responsible.

At least three other lawsuits have been filed in the aftermath of the shooting, AP reported.

Mandalay Bay, Live Nation and Slide Fire did not respond to requests for comment on Wednesday.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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Witness Accounts Clash With Police Report in Shooting of 2 St. Bernard Dogs

A Red Bluff Police officer shot two St. Bernard dogs Sunday morning that he said were acting viciously and aggressively.

But at least one person in the neighborhood where the shooting happened disputes police accounts of the incident, noting the dogs weren’t acting aggressively in the minutes leading up to their shooting.

“That whole entire report they wrote, that press release, I read it and I was in shock. It was all make-believe,” said Amy Ball, who lives just doors from where the shooting occurred.

Initially, the officer killed one of the dogs and the second was taken to a veterinarian. But the second dog has since died, Ball said.

The shooting prompted an outcry on social media, where several questioned the actions of the officer and called them excessive.

Police and the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office are investigating the shooting. Red Bluff Police. Lt. Matt Hensen said death threats have been made against the officer, who’s not yet been identified.

According to a news release, the officer was called around 9:30 a.m. to a Nelson Drive neighborhood after receiving reports of the dogs chasing the girl. According to police, As the officer approached the dogs, they aggressively barked and came toward him.

Ball, though, said she first saw the dogs in front yard after another pair of dogs began barking at them. They weren’t barking or chasing anyone, she said.

“They didn’t seem interested in anything really,” she said. “They were just kind of out free, exploring.”
According to police, as the officer approached the dogs, they aggressively barked and came toward him.

The officer used pepper-spray on the dogs, which turned away from him and ran down a street. The officer followed the dogs in his patrol car to the front yard of a residence.

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5 dead in Northern California shooting spree

Five people are dead and 10 others were left wounded, including two children, in a shooting spree that rocked a small Northern California community on Tuesday, officials there say.

The death toll would likely have been much higher, and included many children, Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said, but officials at Rancho Tehama School immediately placed the school on lockdown after hearing shots fired.

One of the victims was a female neighbor of the alleged gunman, Johnston said, who had taken out a restraining order against him following accusations of assault.

Johnston told reporters the shooting started shortly after 8 a.m. local time in Rancho Tehama Reserve, Calif., a small rural community about 130 miles north of Sacramento.

Johnston initially said there were multiple shots fired at an area home, and that it “evolved to multiple shots and multiple victims” at the school. Johnston said that the shootings ended at the school, and that the suspected shooter was eventually killed by police. He later said that gunman fled and continued his rampage on the streets of Rancho Tehama before he was killed. Authorities recovered a semiautomatic rifle and two handguns they believe the gunman used in the shootings.

A nearby coffee shop owner told KRCR-TV she heard as many as 100 shots fired outside the school.

Jeanine Quist, an administrative assistant with the Corning Union Elementary School District, told the Associated Press that no one was killed at the school but that a “number” of students were shot and wounded.

Cory Ferreira told KRCR he was dropping his daughter off for kindergarten at the school when he “heard what sounded like a firecracker.” A school employee ran out, Ferreira said, and yelled for the children to get inside. Ferreira said he ran into a classroom, where gunfire came through the windows, hitting one student. A student in an adjacent room was also struck, he said.

At least two children were wounded and transported from the school, Johnston said, including one via helicopter. The rest of the children were safely evacuated from the school.

About 100 law enforcement officers responded to “at least seven” crime scenes, the deputy said, adding that the California Highway Patrol and FBI are assisting local police in the investigation.

“It’s a very sad day for us in Tehama County,” Johnston said, breaking into tears.

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., tweeted that she was “heartbroken” over the news.

Vice President Mike Pence said the White House was aware of the shootings and monitoring the situation.

A resident, Brian Flint, told KCRA-TV that the suspected gunman stole his truck after killing his roommate.

Flint said he and his roommate lived near the suspect, who he only knew as Kevin.

“The crazy thing is that the neighbor has been shooting a lot of bullets lately — hundreds of rounds, large magazines,” Flint said. “This guy has been crazy, and he’s been threatening us and everything. I just feel like there maybe should have been more effort put into stopping things like this.”

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Another False Flag Shooting In California-The Official Narrative Is Already Changing

Another False Flag Shooting In California-The Official Narrative Is Already Changing

Question:  Psst, How do you know the Californial school shooting is a false flag?
  Answer: Because the story keeps changing and now we know there is only one shooter when it was clearly reported it was two shooters.

My heart goes out to the people of Corning, California, the victims and their families for yet another horrific event involving mass murder.

After the Vegas Massacre, I predicted we were going to see false flag events involving (1) malls, (2) churces and (3) schools. Since that prediction just over a week a go, we have had mass murder events perpetrated at two of the three venues.

After the false flag in Sutherland Springs, TX., Paul Preston of Agenda 21 Radio accurately predicted that the next event would be at a California school. Unfortunately, Paul was correct.

The Common Sense Show is calling on authorities across the nation to recognize that our nation is at war with domestic terrorists. Every school, mall and church needs to be guarded by people who are armed. 

We know that the Vegas Massacre was carried out by more than one shooter. We know that the Texas church shooting was carried out by more than one shooter. We know that the recent California school shooting was carried out by 2 men. However, in each case the federal authorities are attempting to control the narrative and falsely report that the presence of one shooter for each of the evvents. Why? Because two or more shooters implies a conspiracy. A conspiracy would be tied to a motive and the true motives behind these events must remain hidden for the events to have their desired effect. What effect would that be? These events are being inspired and executed by forces formed by George Soros. The purpose is to create so much chaos, that the UN, as Fox News reported, would be allowed to police America in this time of national chaos.

If we ever allow this to happen, this would be the death blow to this country and its citizes.

Please note below from this first report from the scene of this afternoon’s shooting that 2 men were involved.

Below are two news stories that show us how in the early hours of a false flag event the story always changes from the true account of multiple shooters, to the old- worn-out narrative of the lone nut assassin story.

CORNING, Calif. – Witnesses tell a chilling account of two gunmen who opened fire at Rancho Tehama Elementary School near Corning Tuesday morning.

According to the AP, three people have been killed in multiple locations. Students were shot in the school, but it is not believed that any children are among the dead.

Coy Ferreira, whose daughter is a kindergarten student, was dropping his daughter off for class just before 8 a.m. when he heard what sounded like a firecracker. A school secretary ran out and yelled for the kids to get in the classrooms because someone was shooting at the school.

Ferreira said he ran into a classroom with 14 students. He said the series of shots came through the classroom windows, hitting one student. Ferreria said a young boy was shot in the foot and the chest. When he spoke to us, he said the child was alert and talking. He said another student in an adjacent classroom was shot under the arm. That child was also conscious.

Ferreira said there were two gunmen. He saw one of them, a man in his 30’s-40’s dressed in green camo running away from the school after the shooting.

Officials are telling residents in the Rancho Tehama area to stay inside their homes until they are able to secure the situation.

Students at Rancho Tehama Elementary were evacuated to the Rancho Tehama Recreation Hall. Parents can pick up their children there.

A witness named Tiffany, who operates Coffee Addiction Coffee Shop near the school, told KRCR News Channel 7 she heard 90-100 shots fired.

She reported seeing a Honda drive by with the windows shot out. She also saw at least five ambulances responding to the area.

Tiffany’s husband, Brian Rodgers, said another witness reported seeing a white pickup drive through the school gate and start shooting.

Authorities have not confirmed the number of victims.

Rancho Tehama is a community of about 3,500 northwest of Corning.

This is a developing story, please check back for updates.

Posted: Nov 14, 2017 08:29 AM PST

Updated: Nov 14, 2017 11:22 AM PST

CORNING, Calif. – Officials said they are investigating seven scenes in connection with the shooting that took place in Rancho Tehama, Tuesday morning that killed five people, including the shooter.

“It’s a very sad day for us here in Tehama County,” said Undersheriff Phil Johnston as he addressed the media.

Johnston said calls came in at 7:52 a.m. about a shooting on Bobcat Lane. Following those calls, more calls came in of multiple shooting sites, including at the school.

Johnston said it was clear early on that they had a subject that was randomly picking targets.

Johnston said they have received reports about a domestic violence incident that involved the suspected shooter, whose ID is not being released.   

One student was shot and they have been transported for treatment. Another child and a woman was shot while driving in a truck. They have also been transported.

Johnston said they do not have an accurate count of all those who have been injured. Johnston added they know that the shooter was engaged by officers shortly after arrival and they believe the shooter was killed by two officers who engaged with him. Both those officers have been secured from the scene.


Johnston said a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns were retrieved from the scene.

“We currently have seven shooting scenes that we have yellow tape around that we will have to process. We have requested the Department of Justice and their investigative evidence team to respond. Additionally, the FBI has volunteered their crime scene investigative unit,” said Johnston.

Coy Ferreira, whose daughter is a kindergarten student, was dropping his daughter off for class just before 8 a.m. when he heard what sounded like a firecracker. A school secretary ran out and yelled for the kids to get in the classrooms because someone was shooting at the school.

“I was walking my child to the classroom because they blew the whistle for the first bell, and when that first whistle blew it sounded like a firecracker went off and we all stopped and were stunned. Then, like a minute later, there were three more shots fired,” said Ferreira.

Ferreira said he ran into a classroom with 14 students. He said the series of shots came through the classroom windows, hitting one student. Ferreira said a young boy was shot in the foot and the chest. When he spoke to us, he said the child was alert and talking. He said another student in an adjacent classroom was shot under the arm. That child was also conscious.

“Within a minute we were all buckled in our classrooms and all of a sudden there were gunshots going for a good 20-25 minutes. My window was hit by a few shots and a student was injured in my classroom. He got nailed somehow, it happened all so fast,” said Ferreira.

Ferreira said of the child who was shot in his classroom, “He’s a really strong kid. I didn’t know he was shot for a good thirty minutes until I got up to walk to the office in the classroom and I saw he had bloody clothes. He started crying and I informed the teacher that he was shot.”

Thanks to Maggie for sending this along.  Maggie is a devoted follower of The Common Sense Show.  She astutely and instantly recognized this for what it is, yet, another false flag event begin perpetrated by George Soros.

This was Maggie’s conclusion:

“Ferreira said there were two gunmen. He saw one of them, a man in his 30’s-40’s dressed in green camo running away from the school after the shooting. Ferreira added he believes the gunman would have had to of shot from an elevated ramp in order to see the students who were hiding under their desks.” 

Maggie gets it. Do you? Will the rest of America?

This was a bungled attack as it was obviously intended to produce many more casualties that it did. Therefore, this event is not getting the play in the media that it would have if say….26  people, or 59 people had been murdered.

George Soros and his minions must be brought to justice.


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Texas Church Is Transformed Into Poignant Memorial For Mass Shooting Victims

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas ― One week after it became the site of the deadliest mass shooting in modern Texas history, the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs reopened to the public on Sunday.

Gone were the pews. 

Instead, 26 handcrafted chairs marked locations where worshippers were fatally shot. Each chair had a name inscribed on the backrest, and a red rose. An audio recording of scripture readings by church staff played on a loudspeaker. 

The scene of an unspeakable crime had been transformed into a moving tribute to those who lost their lives. 

“Everyone who walks in there will know that the people who died lived for their Lord and Savior,” the Rev. Frank Pomeroy, the First Baptist pastor, said at a Sunday service earlier in the day held under a tent nearby.

On Nov. 5, Devin Patrick Kelley attacked the church with a semiautomatic rifle. He killed 26, and wounded 20 others. As he exited the church, he was shot by an armed civilian. He fled in his SUV and was later found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

As soon as law enforcement finished processing evidence, a construction team began renovating the church building, according to a media handout. Chairs, pews, and carpet were removed from the small sanctuary. The walls and floors were painted, and the windows were replaced. 

Before the media was allowed to tour the church on Sunday, a number of family members of victims were escorted inside to spend a few minutes in silence. One woman had to be held up by a chaplain as she exited the worship hall in tears. 

The Rev. Mark Collins, the associate pastor, said in a press release that he hoped it would be healing for the community to be able to enter the church once more. 

“This is our church, but it is not just us that are suffering,” Collins said. “This tragedy has rocked our nation, and has had an impact on all Americans and our country as a whole.” 

The church will be open Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

It is unclear whether the memorial will be permanent, or whether the building will be razed. 

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On Fox’s ‘Star,’ Characters Struggle with Abortion, Police Shooting

In the November 8 episode of Fox’s Star titled “May the Best Manager Win,” the lies being told by Alexandra “Alex” Crane are weighing heavily on her, but she begins to understand faith in God and to turn to prayer for comfort. Meanwhile, Noah gets into a dispute with a police officer that ends badly.

Alex (Ryan Destiny) has a habit of lying. Her boyfriend, Black Lives Matter activist Derek, is under the impression that Alex had a miscarriage with their baby but we found out she secretly had an abortion. While she wrestles with telling him the truth, she also becomes aware that the upscale boutique she patronizes has her on security tape stealing a bracelet. Oops.

Carlotta (Queen Latifah) and Alex talk in church when Carlotta encourages Alex to let go and let God handle her burdens. Alex confesses that she does not believe in God. She does, however, tell Carlotta the truth about the abortion and that she lied to Derek about it. Carlotta tells Alex she has to level with Derek.



Carlotta: Just let it all out. God got you.

Alex: I’m sorry, Miss Carlotta, but I don’t believe in God. And… I lied… to Derek. I didn’t have a miscarriage. I had an abortion. The doctor said he wasn’t ever gonna walk again, so I didn’t want to put any more pressure on him. So, I had to make a choice, but it was the right choice for me. And I know you don’t understand, but…

Carlotta: No, I understand. I know what it’s like to be alone and afraid. When I got pregnant with Cotton, I knew I couldn’t raise a child, and I was about to do the same thing that you did.

Alex: So why didn’t you? God?

Carlotta: Sort of. You can’t have an abortion in jail.

Alex: If I tell Derek… He’ll leave me. I know it.

Carlotta: You have to tell him. Before this thing breaks you. I know you don’t believe in Him, but He believes in you.

Alex: You don’t give up, do you?

Carlotta: Hell no.

Later in the episode, we get a glimpse into Alex’s new attitude toward religion. She is with Derek and is upset, beginning to cry, and tells him she wants to pray. So, perhaps she is beginning a new path.

Toward the end of the episode, a rookie white cop pulls over Lucas, the best friend of rapper Noah (Luke Jakes), outside of the club where the group is performing. Lucas (Terayle Hill) neglects to tell the cop he’s on probation and demands to know why he was stopped before he allows the police officer to search his car. As Lucas steps away from the car, a crowd begins to gather. Then a fatal mistake occurs – Lucas reaches behind his back and the cop reacts by drawing his gun and firing at Lucas. Lucas dies in all the confusion.



Noah: Come on, now.
Star: Put some pressure on it. Come on, babe.
Noah: Come on, man. Stay with me. Stay with me. Lucas. Put some pressure on it.
Officer: I thought he had a gun!
Noah: No, you didn’t! Your scared ass shot him ’cause he’s a black man! Punk ass! What?!! Get off me! What?! You gon’ shoot me?! Shoot! Shoot me!

Star: Noah, please.
Ayanna: Noah, stop, stop.
Noah: Go on, shoot me!
Ayanna: Maurice, go handle those people. I don’t need this on The Shade Room.
Noah: What, bitch?! Don’t nobody care about no press! My boy could die right now! Maurice, call the ambulance, man!
Star: You gonna do something?! Why are you just standing there?! Call an ambulance!
Noah: Lucas, come on, stay with me. Stay with me, stay with me. Lucas, Lucas, Lucas. Put some pressure on it. Come on, Lucas, stay– come on, stay with me, Bruh. Come on. Come on, buddy, come on.
Officer: I thought he had a gun.

The policeman was clearly distraught at the outcome of his actions. Those around Lucas blame the cop for being afraid that a black man may have a gun. In today’s world, a policeman has to be prepared to save his own life besides those around him. The rookie overreacted but it was certainly understandable. Traffic stops are becoming more dangerous for cops, as this report states – “Fifty-three officers were killed in traffic-related incidents in 2016, which was 10 percent more than the 48 killed on roadways in 2015.” But don’t expect a show with a BLM agenda to tell you that part.

Spoiler: Next week’s episode preview looks as though Alex unburdens herself to Derek. Stay tuned.

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Newcomerstown Police Officer Accused of Shooting Himself and Lying About it Pleads Guilty

NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH – The former Newcomerstown police officer accused of shooting himself, causing panic, an hours-long manhunt and a statewide blue alert pleaded guilty on Nov. 8.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office said Bryan Eubanks, 37, pleaded guilty to the following charges:

One count of inducing panic, a felony of the fifth degree.

One count of making false alarms, a felony of the fifth degree.

One count of forgery, a felony of the fifth degree.

One count of workers’ compensation fraud, a misdemeanor of the first degree.

Investigators said Eubanks faces the possibility of prison time.

His peace officer certification will be revoked.

A sentencing date has not been set.

At about 10:15 a.m. on April 11, Eubanks told officials that he was “shot by two male suspects in a black Geo Tracker…Male suspects are armed and dangerous.” Eubanks said the incident happened in Newcomerstown at Johnson Hill Rd SW & Post Boy Rd SW.

About an hour and a half later, the state issued a “Blue Alert,” a statewide alert issued only when a police officer has been critically injured or killed and the suspect is still at large.

Cleveland 19 spoke to Eubanks hours after he said he was shot.

When asked if there was anything he would like to say to the suspects he claimed shot him, Eubanks responded, “We’re coming. All of us. This is a brotherhood and sisterhood and we’re all coming.”

Eubanks also spoke about his wife and three children, and shared what seemed like moment by moment memories of the alleged crime.

“He was actually aiming the gun towards my face when I turned the gun shot, and shot me in the arm I ducked down to take cover and head back to my cruiser and that’s when he shot the second round,” said Eubanks.

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