A man is dead after he was shot by Joplin Police in the Roanoke neighborhood late Tuesday night. Police first shot the suspect with a taser, but it was ineffective. During the confrontation the officer fired their gun. That suspect was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Update – The suspect that was shot and killed by a Joplin Police officer has been identified as 31-year-old David Ingle of Joplin. Joplin police received multiple calls that Ingle was yelling, screaming, and appeared to be on drugs.
Ingle was able to resist multiple taser deployments, and shot while charging one of the officers on scene.
Both officers were wearing body worn cameras.
Official Press Release:
Officer Involved Shooting
Media Contact: Captain Nick Jimenez
417-623-3131 ext 676
On August 13, 2019 at approximately 2120 hours Joplin Police Officers were dispatched to 901 W. Kensington Rd in reference to a suspicious person. The subject they encountered was combative with officers. Taser’s were deployed and were ineffective. The suspect continued to be combative with officers. During the confrontation a Joplin Police Officer fired their duty weapon striking the suspect. Fire and EMS were immediately dispatched to the scene. The suspect was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has been requested to investigate the officer involved shooting. Identification of the suspect will be released when proper notifications have been made. More information will be released as it becomes available. As per department policy the officers involved will be placed on administrative leave pending the investigation.
Springfield, Mo- Sunday night officials responded to a call to check the well being of a child at a Springfield truck stop. A 2-year-old was found in a vehicle sweating profusely and was removed by local law enforcement.
The mother was located in the store and taken into custody, the 2-year-old was examined by medical professionals and released to Missouri children division.
A massive blackout power outage has affected many in upper Manhattan, Midtown and the upper west side of New York.
Nearly 45,000 customers are without power this Saturday evening. The subway stations are working with Con Edison to determine the root of the power outage and several stations are being bypassed by all trains. The blackout stopped subway services, traffic lights, elevators, and halted broadway shows in the area.