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That loving father and pastor that police shot to death in Tulsa turns out to have had a long rap sheet and a warrant out for his arrest.
F*ck Hillary Clinton for weighing in on Crutcher’s “intolerable” and “unbearable” murder by police. Crutcher may or may not have deserved to die, but most people will have no problem tolerating and bearing his death.
Keeping it simple, Crutcher did not obey police commands, probably because he was dumb as a box of rocks and because he knew he was going to jail on the warrant out for his arrest.
Police found PCP in the vehicle used by Terence Crutcher the night he was fatally shot by an officer, a Tulsa Police Department official confirmed to the Tulsa World on Tuesday afternoon.
The attorney for the Tulsa police officer who fatally shot Crutcher had said Monday that the officer, Betty Shelby, thought he was acting like he might be under the influence of that drug.
Homicide Sgt. Dave Walker, who confirmed that a vial of PCP was found, declined to say where in the vehicle investigators recovered it, nor did he say whether officers determined that Crutcher, 40, had used it Friday evening.
The Medical Examiner’s Office is expected to provide toxicology information as part of a larger autopsy report.
Police have said Shelby shot Crutcher once in the upper right part of his chest at 36th Street North near Lewis Avenue about 7:45 p.m. Friday. Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan said during a Monday afternoon news conference that Crutcher was unarmed.
As previously reported, Crutcher has a criminal record that includes more than a dozen encounters with law enforcement. In at least four cases, officers employed use of force, including a Taser in 2012, according to records.
A 2012 probable cause affidavit in a misdemeanor case against Crutcher states that his father arrived at the scene in north Tulsa where Terence Crutcher was being arrested on public intoxication and obstruction complaints and told officers his son had “an ongoing problem” with PCP.
An officer used a Taser on Crutcher twice during that arrest while he was face down on the ground, based on the officer’s claim that Crutcher did not comply with at least three orders to show his hands.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections told the World on Tuesday that Crutcher had been incarcerated on a drug-related conviction for nearly four years and was released on parole in 2011. His supervision ended in May of this year. Court records indicate that a judge issued a bench warrant for Crutcher’s arrest Sept. 1 for failure to pay fines related to his cases.
Crutcher’s attorneys say his history is not relevant, and the Tulsa Police Department has acknowledged that officers weren’t aware of his background during the encounter.
In the Negro world, Crutcher is what they call a good man:
According to the Oklahoma Court records, Terance Crutcher has the following record.
1996 Shooting with Intent to Kill – Dismissed
2001 Petit Larceny – Conviction
2004 Driving while suspended – Conviction
2005 Driving while suspended, resisting officer – Conviction
2006 Driving while suspended -conviction
Driving open container – Dismissed
2006 Trafficking in illegal drugs – Conviction
He was also charged in that incident with assault on police officer and resisting, but that was
2011 Public Intoxication (while in prison for drug trafficking) – Conviction
2012 Public Intoxication – Conviction
Obstructing an officer – conviction
2013 DUI – conviction
Resisting officer -conviction
Open Container – conviction
Failure to wear seatbelt -conviction
Speeding – conviction
When he was killed, he also appeared to have had open warrants that were issued on August 30, 2016 including for DUI, resisting, drug trafficking and public intoxication.
And so another failed effort by the anti-white media gets shot down in flames by the truth.