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Cop Shot in Doughnut Shop Heist Dies

 

Philadelphia Police Hunt for Suspect who Shot the Officer During a Wednesday Stickup

 

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Philadelphia police investigate the scene of a robbery and shooting at a Dunkin' Donuts in north Philadelphia Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2007. According to police officials, a man shot and killed a Philadelphia police officer who happened upon a doughnut shop robbery, setting off a manhunt by police on foot, on motorcycles and in the air. He was the third officer shot in the city in four days. (Matt Rourke/AP Photo)

 

 

PHILADELPHIA -- Nov. 1, 2007—

 

A police officer shot in the head during a robbery in a doughnut shop died Thursday morning, the police commissioner said, and his killer remained at large. He was the third city officer shot in the span of four days.

 

Charles Cassidy, 54, was shot in the forehead Wednesday at a Dunkin' Donuts when a hooded robber spun from the counter and fired at him as he walked in the door, according to an employee.

 

The 25-year police veteran died at 9:40 a.m. Thursday at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Commissioner Sylvester Johnson said.

 

"This is a sad day for the city of Philadelphia," Johnson said.

 

Police released portions of a chilling videotape that shows the hooded robber pushing aside two customers and waving a gun as he approaches the counter. It also shows him grabbing the Cassidy's pistol as he fled.

 

The suspect hadn't been found Thursday. Johnson said video showed the gunman running through the shop's parking lot with a distinctive gait, almost as if he had a limp.

 

"We still have an armed and dangerous man out there in the streets of Philadelphia," Johnson said.

 

The officer came in twice a day for a large coffee with cream and sugar, shop employee Sandra Kim said. "He's always nice to all the employees," she said. "The officer was just coming in for a cup of coffee like normal."

 

Johnson said the officer was doing a routine check on the shop, which had been robbed Sept. 18. He said he didn't think the robber got away with any money.

 

The shooting came about 12 hours after a masked gunman shot traffic Officer Mario Santiago in the shoulder during a chase downtown.

 

Santiago was responding to a report of a gunman in a sport utility vehicle shooting at another car, injuring two men and a woman, police said.

 

He was chasing the SUV when the gunman eventually got out of his vehicle and approached the squad car, firing twice through the window. Santiago was hit once in the right shoulder, Johnson said. Santiago was in fair condition Wednesday.

 

Early Sunday, an officer responding to a melee at a West Philadelphia nightclub was shot in the ankle. More than two dozen bullets were fired, police said. One suspect was fatally shot and another was arrested.

 

A prayer service for Cassidy was scheduled for Friday morning at City Hall.

 

Copyright © 2007 ABC News Internet Ventures

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i think DAO did it. this being in philly plus his unrelenting hate for all cops

 

 

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i think DAO did it. this being in philly plus his unrelenting hate for all cops

 

Maybe, but I am sure that he will come on this thread and say that all cops should be shot in the face.

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nigga ask for cream filled and got lead filled

 

hahahahahahahahaha this is so funny oh man i just laughed out loud

i have no sympathy for this guy

besides the fact that hes a cop

he was at dunkin donuts on the job

and he got smoked

i cant help but laugh

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If you would like to send money to Officer Cassidy's family, you can do so by sending a check to the Philadelphia Police & Fire Credit Union or by showing up at:

 

901 Arch Street

Philadelphia, PA 19107

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philly cops are corrupt as hell, probably 2nd worst to LA

 

i cant stand them..

 

i remember niggas getting arrested for screaming "go patriots!!" after philly lost to New England in the superbowl... -TRUE STORY

 

 

also..

 

 

i got pulled over in a rental car in philly and fucked with hard hard core...

i dont want to get into the story but they were assholes for no good reason...

 

DAO has good reason to hate philly cops

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Cop Shot in Doughnut Shop Heist Dies

 

Philadelphia Police Hunt for Suspect who Shot the Officer During a Wednesday Stickup

 

ap_officer_shot_dunkin_071031_ms.jpg

Philadelphia police investigate the scene of a robbery and shooting at a Dunkin' Donuts in north Philadelphia Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2007. According to police officials, a man shot and killed a Philadelphia police officer who happened upon a doughnut shop robbery, setting off a manhunt by police on foot, on motorcycles and in the air. He was the third officer shot in the city in four days. (Matt Rourke/AP Photo)

 

 

PHILADELPHIA -- Nov. 1, 2007—

 

A police officer shot in the head during a robbery in a doughnut shop died Thursday morning, the police commissioner said, and his killer remained at large. He was the third city officer shot in the span of four days.

 

Charles Cassidy, 54, was shot in the forehead Wednesday at a Dunkin' Donuts when a hooded robber spun from the counter and fired at him as he walked in the door, according to an employee.

 

The 25-year police veteran died at 9:40 a.m. Thursday at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Commissioner Sylvester Johnson said.

 

"This is a sad day for the city of Philadelphia," Johnson said.

 

Police released portions of a chilling videotape that shows the hooded robber pushing aside two customers and waving a gun as he approaches the counter. It also shows him grabbing the Cassidy's pistol as he fled.

 

The suspect hadn't been found Thursday. Johnson said video showed the gunman running through the shop's parking lot with a distinctive gait, almost as if he had a limp.

 

"We still have an armed and dangerous man out there in the streets of Philadelphia," Johnson said.

 

The officer came in twice a day for a large coffee with cream and sugar, shop employee Sandra Kim said. "He's always nice to all the employees," she said. "The officer was just coming in for a cup of coffee like normal."

 

Johnson said the officer was doing a routine check on the shop, which had been robbed Sept. 18. He said he didn't think the robber got away with any money.

 

The shooting came about 12 hours after a masked gunman shot traffic Officer Mario Santiago in the shoulder during a chase downtown.

 

Santiago was responding to a report of a gunman in a sport utility vehicle shooting at another car, injuring two men and a woman, police said.

 

He was chasing the SUV when the gunman eventually got out of his vehicle and approached the squad car, firing twice through the window. Santiago was hit once in the right shoulder, Johnson said. Santiago was in fair condition Wednesday.

 

Early Sunday, an officer responding to a melee at a West Philadelphia nightclub was shot in the ankle. More than two dozen bullets were fired, police said. One suspect was fatally shot and another was arrested.

 

A prayer service for Cassidy was scheduled for Friday morning at City Hall.

 

Copyright © 2007 ABC News Internet Ventures

 

 

 

 

 

AAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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... a masked gunman shot traffic Officer Santiago in the shoulder during a chase downtown...

 

 

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^This fool ordered a code red!

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