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Deon, it’s Houston Police
 

 
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 2 weeks ago '08        #2
Chedda  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 2 weeks ago '15        #3
Black Larry 
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Thankfully the cop wore his PPE

 2 weeks ago '19        #4
unit321  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x18
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Considering there were multiple officers outside, they were probably serving an arrest warrant.

 2 weeks ago '08        #5
cohs  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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fell over like a sack of potatoes
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 2 weeks ago '04        #6
ghengis 
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During a news conference Tuesday, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner and other law enforcement leaders released bodycam footage related to the September 20 shooting that k*lled one police officer and wounded another.

“Transparency is transparency and when we said we would release body worn camera footage in all officer-involved shootings, that’s what we meant,” Finner said during the news conference.

The bodycam footage released by HPD shows a suspect fatally shooting one officer and wounding another as well as officers fatally shooting the suspect. Viewer discretion is strongly advised.

On Monday, Sept. 20, Senior Officer William “Bill” Jeffrey was k*lled and another officer, Sgt. Michael Vance, was wounded while trying to arrest a man on drug charges in northeast Harris County.

Deon Ledet , the 31-year-old man whom the officers were attempting to arrest on drug charges, was also k*lled in the shooting.

Jeffrey was pronounced dead at a hospital following the shooting. Sgt. Charles Vance was transported in serious but stable condition and was released from the hospital several days later.

Jeffrey joined the Houston Police Department in 1990. He was 54. Vance joined the department in 1998. Vance is 49.

At about 7:30 a.m., multiple officers arrived at an apartment complex at 5350 Aeropark Drive to serve a felony arrest warrant for Ledet. In a video presentation narrated by Belinda Null, a*sistant chief of the Houston Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Command, Null states Officer Johnson knocked on the door to Ledet’s residence and a woman answered.

Officer Johnson stated the officers had and arrest warrant for Ledet and asked if he was inside the residence. Officer Johnson is heard saying “Ma’am, where’s Deon? Is he awake? Deon, step out here.”

Officers then asked the woman to step outside.

The officers remained at the front door and called out for Deon while periodically identifying themselves as police.

One officer is heard asking the woman if there are any firearms in the house, to which she replies “Yeah.” The officer is heard saying “S**t.”

“Let me just tell him to come on out,” the woman is heard saying.

Moments later, Ledet opens fire, striking officers Jeffrey and Vance. Officers returned fire and sought cover. Ledet was fatally shot and succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

During the Tuesday news conference, officials said the firearm Ledet used in the shooting had been retrofitted with a contraband device that converted the pistol into a fully automatic weapon.

“There’s absolutely no reason and no room for our suspects to be armed like this,” Finner said. “And we need to do everything we can do . . . It’s going to take everybody. This is a threat that is here and it’s a threat to everybody -- law enforcement and citizens and everyone in our community.”

The Houston division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives has investigated seven cases involving the contraband switch devices in the area over the past year. ATF Special Agent Fred Milanowski described Houston city proper as the region’s “Ground Zero” for the devices.

“By far, we’re seeing the most of these devices in the city of Houston,” Milanowski said.

“This is what we’re up against and we need to do something about it,” Finner said.

Anyone who sees a contraband switch device in the Houston area is urged to report it to the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives at 888-283-8477.

The Sept. 20 shooting on Aeropark Drive remains under investigation by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
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 2 weeks ago '20        #7
Xiox  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 2 weeks ago '20        #8
confidential1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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Woooooo…

Did you see that fully auto spray tho?

Brrrrraaaaat!
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 2 weeks ago '15        #9
Tobinmont  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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sh*t they could have shot Bill too from where they were firing from.
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 2 weeks ago '19        #10
Legit Trap 
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Deon is clearly with the sh*ts



Any follow up?
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 2 weeks ago '13        #11
FlareMafia 
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That switch gon Getcha mind right
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 2 weeks ago '12        #12
ezduzit 
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Who’s just chillin there recording tho lol

 2 weeks ago '21        #13
Subjective 
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RIP �� Deon

 2 weeks ago '19        #14
DadeCounty  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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 Legit Trap said
Deon is clearly with the sh*ts



Any follow up?


Fat pig who fell over died and so did deon
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 2 weeks ago '15        #15
TrapGod 
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Them switches ain’t no joke boy
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 2 weeks ago '04        #16
7twelve 
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he was fearful for his life, was tryna stand ground
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 2 weeks ago '06        #17
1 of 1 Houston 
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"The 31-year-old Ledet was accused of violating the conditions of his release on bond in a felony drug case, according to Harris County court records. He did not report to a meeting to receive an ankle monitor and skipped a court hearing in early 2021, court records show. The warrant was being served by Houston Police’s Major Offenders Division, which handles the “most serious” high-level felony arrest warrants, authorities said. Ledet has a criminal record dating back more than a decade, including several felony arrests."

"“You’ve got a suspect with the female girlfriend, with small kids in that apartment complex and he still fired upon our officers. Officers returned fire, at some point striking the suspect. The suspect is deceased at the scene.” "

"Ledet was arrested in November 2020 on a felony indictment charging him with possession with intent to deliver/manufacture methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), according to Harris County court records.

Harris County prosecutors sought to have Ledet held without bail, calling him a “habitual offender.” His bail was set at $40,000 by a magistrate judge and eventually lowered to $20,000 by State District Judge Greg Glass. He was released from jail after posting $20,000 bond. But court records show Ledet failed to show up for an appointment to receive an ankle monitor and missed a court appearance in December 2020. He had been a wanted fugitive from justice since January 2021."

"Ledet has at least 18 criminal arrests dating back to when he was 18, according to Texas Department of Public Safety and Harris County records. He was arrested by Houston Police in 2008 and later convicted of evading arrest with a vehicle in January 2010. He was sentenced to six months in jail. Ledet was initially given a deferred conviction and two years of probation at his sentencing in 2009 on the state jail felony, but he violated his probation, records show.

In 2013, Ledet was convicted of misdemeanor burglary of a vehicle and evading arrest with a previous conviction and was sentenced to 290 days in jail. In 2015, Ledet was convicted of felony aggravated a*sault with a deadly weapon and sentenced to three years in prison. He was paroled in 2018.

Ledet also has previous arrests in Harris County on charges including felon in possession of a weapon, a*sault on a family member, violation of a protective order, providing false information to a police officer and attempted evasion of arrest."

"Ledet’s family told the Houston Chronicle he was a father of six. He worked as a security guard at a scrapyard, Ledet’s family told the newspaper."


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 2 weeks ago '06        #19
SPLEEK 
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 Xiox said

Meant to prop not slap- my bad fam
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 2 weeks ago '19        #20
Myko Jagsin 
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I wanna see Bills body cam

 2 weeks ago '07        #21
CelticPride242 
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 Subjective said
RIP �� Deon
Fuk boy, you the same lil snot be calling for the cops when you get jacked for looking like prey.
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 2 weeks ago '07        #22
CelticPride242 
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 whammy said
"The 31-year-old Ledet was accused of violating the conditions of his release on bond in a felony drug case, according to Harris County court records. He did not report to a meeting to receive an ankle monitor and skipped a court hearing in early 2021, court records show. The warrant was being served by Houston Police’s Major Offenders Division, which handles the “most serious” high-level felony arrest warrants, authorities said. Ledet has a criminal record dating back more than a decade, including several felony arrests."

"“You’ve got a suspect with the female girlfriend, with small kids in that apartment complex and he still fired upon our officers. Officers returned fire, at some point striking the suspect. The suspect is deceased at the scene.” "

"Ledet was arrested in November 2020 on a felony indictment charging him with possession with intent to deliver/manufacture methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), according to Harris County court records.

Harris County prosecutors sought to have Ledet held without bail, calling him a “habitual offender.” His bail was set at $40,000 by a magistrate judge and eventually lowered to $20,000 by State District Judge Greg Glass. He was released from jail after posting $20,000 bond. But court records show Ledet failed to show up for an appointment to receive an ankle monitor and missed a court appearance in December 2020. He had been a wanted fugitive from justice since January 2021."

"Ledet has at least 18 criminal arrests dating back to when he was 18, according to Texas Department of Public Safety and Harris County records. He was arrested by Houston Police in 2008 and later convicted of evading arrest with a vehicle in January 2010. He was sentenced to six months in jail. Ledet was initially given a deferred conviction and two years of probation at his sentencing in 2009 on the state jail felony, but he violated his probation, records show.

In 2013, Ledet was convicted of misdemeanor burglary of a vehicle and evading arrest with a previous conviction and was sentenced to 290 days in jail. In 2015, Ledet was convicted of felony aggravated a*sault with a deadly weapon and sentenced to three years in prison. He was paroled in 2018.

Ledet also has previous arrests in Harris County on charges including felon in possession of a weapon, a*sault on a family member, violation of a protective order, providing false information to a police officer and attempted evasion of arrest."

"Ledet’s family told the Houston Chronicle he was a father of six. He worked as a security guard at a scrapyard, Ledet’s family told the newspaper."


So basically he was a career criminal scumbag that didn't want to work for what he wanted and there's niccas on here praising his actions....you all deserve the same fate.....but nah you're all white kids hiding behind a computer looking for props from your suburban homes lol
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 2 weeks ago '15        #23
ChoAssUp 
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I dont think it was a good idea for him to be standing directly in front of the door/doorway like that? What the fu*k was he thinking?
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 2 weeks ago '04        #24
datboy|e 
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 CelticPride242 said
So basically he was a career criminal scumbag that didn't want to work for what he wanted and there's niccas on here praising his actions....you all deserve the same fate.....but nah you're all white kids hiding behind a computer looking for props from your suburban homes lol
That’s literally the case probably over 95% of the time.. but like his granny will probably be saying “he was a good boy”
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 2 weeks ago '21        #25
Subjective 
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 CelticPride242 said
Fuk boy, you the same lil snot be calling for the cops when you get jacked for looking like prey.
RIP Deon. He’s innocent
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