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Update – Suspect Shot by Police

February 24, 2012
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  02/27/12 Detectives with the Indiana State Police continue to investigate a police involved shooting that occurred in Marshall County Thursday night.  The shooting, which stemmed from a pursuit, ended in the death of a Plymouth man.  The man that was shot has been identified as Mark Albright, 62, of Plymouth.

The names of the officers that were involved in the shooting and the departments that they work for are being withheld at this time at the request of the Indiana State Police.  The state police will release the names of the parties involved after they have all been interviewed which is expected to be Monday afternoon.

 

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5 Responses to “ Update – Suspect Shot by Police ”

  1. jcarducci on February 27, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    Prayers go out to family and friends who lost a dear friend. Everyone has a reputation and I understand the law when a gun his pulled on law enforcement but a life taken too soon!! Now a father a brother is gone.

  2. Andrew on February 26, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    A tragedy to all involved for certain. excessive alcohol use never comes to anything. But this is suicide by cop pure and simple.

    I agree with the last poster. The public doesn’t need to know who was the officer that fired the shot. It is probably already hard enough on the officer to be forced to do that — no need to cause more stress on him to have his name brought into the open. If there is any wrong-doing the internal investigation is going to reveal that.

  3. nanner2549 on February 26, 2012 at 11:48 am

    I agree the public does not need to know who was involed I am sure they are hurting as bad as the families it is not a good thing either way they were doing there job

  4. W9TRG on February 24, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    Public does not need to know who was involved,, They did their job ! leave it at that !!

  5. sbmear on February 24, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    My prayers go out to the family of the gentleman that was killed after firing on police.
    My prayers go out to the police officers that had to make the choice to fire on the man.
    It is a shame that he wasn’t stopped before leaving the bar so intoxicated. It all could have been avoided if people would have just stepped up to stop him.
    I feel for the officers who had no choice but to stop this man the only way they could.
    No matter what if you see someone so drunk heading to their car…call the police flattena tire, so what ever it takes to keep them from getting behind the wheel of a vehicle.