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(NSFW) Officer Gunned Down, Evidence Captured By $30 Amazon Goggles

Published Sept. 11, 2021

A gut wrenching incident which occurred on New Years Day in 2016, was captured by an Estill police officers $30 camera mounted goggles.


Estill police officer, Quincy Smith was dispatched to a local store, where reports earlier stated a man was acting suspicious outside and was harassing customers for alcohol. Upon arriving on the scene, Officer Smith was met by the store clerk, who pointed in the direction the suspect had headed.


After heading back to his cruiser, Officer Smith approached the suspect from the rear, exited his vehicle and requested the man to stop moving. Ignoring officer Smith's request, the suspect continued walking an additional 50 meters. With his arm stuffed deep in his jacket pocket, Officer Smith requested the man to remove his hand or he was going to be tased.


A split second later, the man retrieved a firearm from his pocket and began unloading on Officer Smith, striking him at least three times. Wounded in the neck and arms, Officer Smith ran back to his police cruiser, covered in blood. At first, Officer Smith radioed in a very panicked, worried tone, that he had just been shot. Collecting his emotions, Officer Smith continued a line of communication with dispatch, making a gut wrenching statement, "tell my family I love them".


Under the assumption he was going to die, Officer Smith provided dispatch with his final statements to his family. During that time, bystanders approached Officer Smith and attempted to provide him with support and whatever medical aid they could until medical personnel arrived.


Eventually, Officer Smith was transported to a local medical facility for his life-threatening injuries. Despite his critical gunshot wounds, Officer Smith survived his injuries and would later testify against his assailant, Malcolm Antwan Orr. During the court hearing, Officer Smith's goggle footage was concrete evidence of the events which occurred. Smith also made a statement about how the goggles were the best $30 he had ever spent. Orr was found guilty for attempted murder and possession of a firearm in commission of a violent crime, which later translated to a 35-year prison sentence.


As a small take away, in 2016 only 47 percent of law enforcement agencies within the United States were equipped with body worn cameras. A vast majority of that 47 percent were precincts such as LAPD, NYPD, and other large cities. Small towns, such as Estill, South Carolina were not well equipped with these technologies. Luckily for Officer Smith, he understood the value of this equipment and purchased his own. As a result, it helped apprehend his assailant and provided outstanding evidence for his conviction.


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Published Sept. 11, 2021

A gut wrenching incident which occurred on New Years Day in 2016, was captured by an Estill police officers $30 camera mounted goggles.


Estill police officer, Quincy Smith was dispatched to a local store, where reports earlier stated a man was acting suspicious outside and was harassing customers for alcohol. Upon arriving on the scene, Officer Smith was met by the store clerk, who pointed in the direction the suspect had headed.


After heading back to his cruiser, Officer Smith approached the suspect from the rear, exited his vehicle and requested the man to stop moving. Ignoring officer Smith's request, the suspect continued walking an additional 50 meters. With his arm stuffed deep in his jacket pocket, Officer Smith requested the man to remove his hand or he was going to be tased.


A split second later, the man retrieved a firearm from his pocket and began unloading on Officer Smith, striking him at least three times. Wounded in the neck and arms, Officer Smith ran back to his police cruiser, covered in blood. At first, Officer Smith radioed in a very panicked, worried tone, that he had just been shot. Collecting his emotions, Officer Smith continued a line of communication with dispatch, making a gut wrenching statement, "tell my family I love them".


Under the assumption he was going to die, Officer Smith provided dispatch with his final statements to his family. During that time, bystanders approached Officer Smith and attempted to provide him with support and whatever medical aid they could until medical personnel arrived.


Eventually, Officer Smith was transported to a local medical facility for his life-threatening injuries. Despite his critical gunshot wounds, Officer Smith survived his injuries and would later testify against his assailant, Malcolm Antwan Orr. During the court hearing, Officer Smith's goggle footage was concrete evidence of the events which occurred. Smith also made a statement about how the goggles were the best $30 he had ever spent. Orr was found guilty for attempted murder and possession of a firearm in commission of a violent crime, which later translated to a 35-year prison sentence.


As a small take away, in 2016 only 47 percent of law enforcement agencies within the United States were equipped with body worn cameras. A vast majority of that 47 percent were precincts such as LAPD, NYPD, and other large cities. Small towns, such as Estill, South Carolina were not well equipped with these technologies. Luckily for Officer Smith, he understood the value of this equipment and purchased his own. As a result, it helped apprehend his assailant and provided outstanding evidence for his conviction.


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