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(NSFW) Deputy Dives Backward While Returning Fire On Armed Felon

Published Sept. 8, 2021

A 61-year-old Colorado Springs man, later identified as Paul Askins, was killed after he pointed a gun at deputies during a traffic stop in August of 2018.


The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office released body cam and dashcam footage of the incident, where Askins, who is located in the rear passenger side of the truck, is seen opening the door of the vehicle and pointing a gun directly at the deputy. In response, deputies began firing upon Askins, striking him multiple times, fatally wounding him.


Later police reports stated, while conducting the traffic stop, the vehicle was occupied by two women and two men, one being Askins. Upon asking for identification, Askins had given the responding officers a false identification. Along with that, Askins also matched the description of someone; one of the female occupants had a restraining order against.


After a thorough investigation, it is believed that Askins provided false information to the deputies due to his two felony warrants for second degree burglary and failure to appear, in El Paso County.


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Published Sept. 8, 2021

A 61-year-old Colorado Springs man, later identified as Paul Askins, was killed after he pointed a gun at deputies during a traffic stop in August of 2018.


The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office released body cam and dashcam footage of the incident, where Askins, who is located in the rear passenger side of the truck, is seen opening the door of the vehicle and pointing a gun directly at the deputy. In response, deputies began firing upon Askins, striking him multiple times, fatally wounding him.


Later police reports stated, while conducting the traffic stop, the vehicle was occupied by two women and two men, one being Askins. Upon asking for identification, Askins had given the responding officers a false identification. Along with that, Askins also matched the description of someone; one of the female occupants had a restraining order against.


After a thorough investigation, it is believed that Askins provided false information to the deputies due to his two felony warrants for second degree burglary and failure to appear, in El Paso County.


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