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BamaTrooper
10-11-2011, 14:09
http://www.fox10tv.com/dpp/news/local_news/pensacola/pensacola-police-woman-shoots-and-kills-home-invader

Cliff Notes version-

Bow and arrow toter enters house, demands money, homeowner uses ruse to get guy outside and grabs gun from truck, bad guy get plugged in stomach and ceases to be a danger.

Anyone know if the FHP auxillaries use the G37?

TheGreatGonzo
10-11-2011, 14:17
I must admit…I have never heard of an “Auxiliary Florida Trooper” or any type of Reserve Trooper in any state. Interesting.

Deployment Solu
10-11-2011, 14:24
Glad she is OK and the Dirt Bag is DEAD!!!

BamaTrooper
10-11-2011, 14:25
I must admit…I have never heard of an “Auxiliary Florida Trooper” or any type of Reserve Trooper in any state. Interesting.

We have reserve troopers here. Uniforms are slightly different (button, badge, and name tag color) and they don't have arrest powers unless working at the direction of a full time officer.
They provide their own guns and must attend training (mini academy type) and annual recertification.
I know two members on here that are (1 has moved to a full time agency) Reserves with us.

TheGreatGonzo
10-11-2011, 14:35
We have reserve troopers here. Uniforms are slightly different (button, badge, and name tag color) and they don't have arrest powers unless working at the direction of a full time officer.
They provide their own guns and must attend training (mini academy type) and annual recertification.
I know two members on here that are (1 has moved to a full time agency) Reserves with us.

Add that to the growing list of "Things I learned today.". Thanks for the info.
Gonzo

Patchman
10-11-2011, 16:28
Weird. Did the 24 y.o. BG who lived across the street live in the basement? And the house belongs to mom?

Glad the aux is OK. Can't complain about the end result.

tc2129
10-11-2011, 17:07
Sort of off topic, but here is the FHP auxiliary web page.

http://www.floridastatetrooper.org/Home/Home.aspx

ede
10-11-2011, 17:22
Ohio also has them

http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/auxiliary.stm

vanilla_gorilla
10-11-2011, 20:34
Anyone know if the FHP auxillaries use the G37?

They do. This makes the second shooting with the G37 and the 200 grain Speer Gold Dot for FHP, and the second instant cessation of hostilities.

MeefZah
10-11-2011, 20:38
Ohio also has them

http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/auxiliary.stm

Unarmed and with no powers, different uniform (navy blue w/ 8 point instead of gray with stetson). Very wierd. Why you would want to do it is beyond me.

Ajon412
10-11-2011, 22:37
Nussbaumer confronted the man that police have identified as 24-year-old Sean Harris. Police said Harris was armed with a bow and arrow and demanding money. Nussbaumer told the suspect money was in her truck. As the suspect followed Nussbaumer outside, police say he removed his clothes.

Funny the article doesn't mention where the BG hitched his horse...:rofl: Good move on the part of the Aux. Copper.....

DaBigBR
10-12-2011, 11:25
Arizona also has reserve troopers. From looking at their website, it appears that a reserve trooper could even be issued a car in AZ.

tc2129
10-12-2011, 11:33
Here is another article on the shooting

http://www.pnj.com/article/20111012/NEWS01/110120319/Officer-shoots-naked-man-who-entered-her-home-bow-arrow?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Bruce M
10-12-2011, 11:40
FHP has a few Auxiliary Troopers with fairly impressive resumes, including a guy who is a MD and JD http://www.floridastatetrooper.org/FHPAInformation/CommandStaffBIOs.aspx