13-Year-Old Arrested After Shooting At Police, Wanted To ‘Murder A Police Officer’

13-Year-Old Arrested After Shooting At Police, Wanted To ‘Murder A Police Officer’


A 13-year-old boy arrested along with his 14-year-old Arizona compatriot for shooting at police confessed he wanted to “murder a police officer.”

The two Arizona juveniles have been arrested after allegedly shooting at police officers while the officers were investigating a burglary case.

The incident occurred on the evening of Monday, June 20, according to the Glendale, Arizona, Police Department. Officers investigating a burglary call heard gunshots; several gunshots narrowly missed the officers.

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“Officers used the ShotSpotter technology to pinpoint that the shots came from an apartment complex located near the 59-hundred block of West Rose Lane,” the Glendale Police Department stated. “Officers responded to the area and located a security camera which captured the incident.”

The two juveniles were spotted on the video shooting at the police officers,

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