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Hero security guard saves colleagues’ lives as he shoots ‘drugged-up’ robber in terrifying bank raid

A security guard is being hailed a hero for saving his colleagues’ lives after shooting1 a ‘drugged-up’ bank robber.

Brian Harrison will not face criminal charges after firing two shots and fatally injuring the masked man.

The incident occurred on January 20 at the Alpine Bank2 in Rockford, Illinois.

Police say 34-year-old Laurence Turner, from Rockford, tried to rob the bank3 on Friday afternoon. He is said to have fired a shot at the ceiling.

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Brian Harrison fired two shots at Laurence Turner

In the clip, Turner can be seen shooting into the air and it is at this point that Harrison and Turner exchange gunfire. After guns are fired, Turner turns and tries to flee from the bank, but collapses from his rooms in the doorway.

According to WIFR News4 , Turner was on drugs at the time of the shooting and was later pronounced dead at the scene.

Shocking footage shows moment bank robber is fatally shot by security guard Laurence Turner died at the scene

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No employees were injured during the incident and no customers inside the bank were hurt.

Authorities believe Turner may have been involved in similar robberies in the Rockford area of the past few months.

Winnebago County State’s Attorney Joe Bruscato said: “There is no doubt in my mind that the actions of Brian Harrison saved the lives of those that were employees in the Alpine Bank location on that date and saved his own life.”

References

  1. ^ after shooting (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ Alpine Bank (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ tried to rob the bank (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ WIFR News (www.wifr.com)

Police investigate shooting at Pulaski County hotel

Police investigate shooting at Pulaski County hotel

Scene of shooting in Somerset, Kentucky.

SOMERSET, Ky. (WKYT) – The Somerset Police Department is investigating a shooting at a hotel.

Officers say the shooting around 10:00p.m. on Saturday. Police say that the initial call reported that a number of people on motorcycles pulled into the parking lot at America’s Best Value Inn on North U.S.

27 and began shooting.

When officers arrived at the parking lot, they found two people who had been shot.

Investigators have identified the shooting victims as Johnie Wardrup, 69, of Tateville and James Mankin, 26, of Somerset. Both men were flown to the University of Kentucky Hospital.

Witnesses tell WKYT that they heard several minutes of arguing going on between the groups and then heard what they believed to be at least a dozen shots fired.

Police did make one arrest at the scene. They say they arrested Christopher McCracken, of Nashville, Tennessee.

He is charged with carrying a concealed weapon and tampering with physical evidence.

McCracken was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center, but was released on a $5,000 bond on Sunday morning.

Officers say several people involved were interviewed, but have failed to cooperate.

Police say this is slowing down the process of identifying the person responsible for the shooting.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Somerset Police Department 24-Hour Crime Tip Line at (606) 676-TIPS, or use our See-Hear-Report text-a-tip program.

Send a text to “CRIMES” and include SOMERSETPD

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Police investigate shooting at Pulaski County hotel

Police investigate shooting at Pulaski County hotel

Scene of shooting in Somerset, Kentucky.

SOMERSET, Ky. (WKYT) – The Somerset Police Department is investigating a shooting at a hotel.

Officers say the shooting around 10:00p.m. on Saturday. Police say that the initial call reported that a number of people on motorcycles pulled into the parking lot at America’s Best Value Inn on North U.S.

27 and began shooting.

When officers arrived at the parking lot, they found two people who had been shot.

Investigators have identified the shooting victims as Johnie Wardrup, 69, of Tateville and James Mankin, 26, of Somerset. Both men were flown to the University of Kentucky Hospital.

Witnesses tell WKYT that they heard several minutes of arguing going on between the groups and then heard what they believed to be at least a dozen shots fired.

Police did make one arrest at the scene. They say they arrested Christopher McCracken, of Nashville, Tennessee.

He is charged with carrying a concealed weapon and tampering with physical evidence.

McCracken was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center, but was released on a $5,000 bond on Sunday morning.

Officers say several people involved were interviewed, but have failed to cooperate.

Police say this is slowing down the process of identifying the person responsible for the shooting.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Somerset Police Department 24-Hour Crime Tip Line at (606) 676-TIPS, or use our See-Hear-Report text-a-tip program.

Send a text to “CRIMES” and include SOMERSETPD

“; var infowindow1 = new google.maps.InfoWindow( content: contentString1, maxWidth: 100 ); google.maps.event.addListener(marker1, ‘click’, function() infowindow1.open(map,marker1); map.setCenter(marker1.getPosition()); ); } marker1.setMap(map); } else alert(“Geocode was not successful for the following reason: ” + status); }) };