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(NSFW) .357 Revolver Wielding Woman Shoots At Officers

Published Sept. 10, 2021

Body camera footage from an officer-involved shooting near a hotel located at 10400 N. Black Canyon Highway, was released by the Phoenix Police Department. On July 8, 2020, at approximately 6:56 a.m., the incident occurred. A man claimed in a 911 call that his roommate was acting crazy and that he had kicked her out. He went on to state that she fired a gun, implying that it happened outside the residence.


Officers arrived at the location and were greeted by the caller, who showed them where the woman had fired the gun. The caller spotted the woman near a parking lot on the hotel's north side and directed the authorities to her. Jovana Kelsey McCreary, 24, was soon identified as the suspect. McCreary was then approached by two officers and a sergeant.


Upon approaching McCreary, one of the officers asked if she was in possession of a firearm, where she then stated she was not. She also stated that she had never fired a weapon. McCreary was questioned for about seven minutes by the officers. They examined her bag and discovered ammunition and illegal drugs in her possession. In addition, McCreary had also had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for her arrest.


As one officer attempted to detain McCreary, she immediately drew a .357 revolver from her waistband and attempted to shoot the officer. She was unsuccessful in striking any of the officers, however she did break free from detainment. During her desperate attempt to flee, officers began firing multiple shots, striking McCreary two times. McCreary threw the .357 from her possession, where the officers then began providing medical aid until Phoenix Fire Department arrived on the scene.


McCreary was transported to a local hospital where she labeled in critical condition. McCreary survived her injuries and was later booked. As a result, no officers or bystanders were injured during this incident.


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Published Sept. 10, 2021

Body camera footage from an officer-involved shooting near a hotel located at 10400 N. Black Canyon Highway, was released by the Phoenix Police Department. On July 8, 2020, at approximately 6:56 a.m., the incident occurred. A man claimed in a 911 call that his roommate was acting crazy and that he had kicked her out. He went on to state that she fired a gun, implying that it happened outside the residence.


Officers arrived at the location and were greeted by the caller, who showed them where the woman had fired the gun. The caller spotted the woman near a parking lot on the hotel's north side and directed the authorities to her. Jovana Kelsey McCreary, 24, was soon identified as the suspect. McCreary was then approached by two officers and a sergeant.


Upon approaching McCreary, one of the officers asked if she was in possession of a firearm, where she then stated she was not. She also stated that she had never fired a weapon. McCreary was questioned for about seven minutes by the officers. They examined her bag and discovered ammunition and illegal drugs in her possession. In addition, McCreary had also had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for her arrest.


As one officer attempted to detain McCreary, she immediately drew a .357 revolver from her waistband and attempted to shoot the officer. She was unsuccessful in striking any of the officers, however she did break free from detainment. During her desperate attempt to flee, officers began firing multiple shots, striking McCreary two times. McCreary threw the .357 from her possession, where the officers then began providing medical aid until Phoenix Fire Department arrived on the scene.


McCreary was transported to a local hospital where she labeled in critical condition. McCreary survived her injuries and was later booked. As a result, no officers or bystanders were injured during this incident.


austin marino

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