Radio transmissions during ambush-style attack on law enforcement



On Dec. 31, 2017, Douglas County Sherrif’s Deputy Zackari Parrish’s life was cut short when he was shot by a suspect while he and other law enforcement officers responded to a disturbance in Highlands Ranch.

These harrowing radio transmissions give insight into what deputies and officers were met with when a suspect opened fire on them in an ambush-style attack.

What we know about Zackari Parrish: http://on9news.tv/2C4uZmA
Man who killed DougCo deputy, shot six others, fired more than 100 rounds: http://on9news.tv/2q6a7tj

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3 thoughts on “Radio transmissions during ambush-style attack on law enforcement

  • January 3, 2018 at 2:32 am
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    When Soldiers see tyranny they stomp it out! These Cops better get their shitty image sorted out or they can expect more of this from our freedom loving Vets

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  • January 3, 2018 at 2:32 am
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    In my opinion, which is protected under the first amendment, not enough cowards in uniform are being killed in the line of duty. Folks, the next time you hear about a coward in uniform being killed in the line of duty, before you voice your opinion you might want to consider watching a you tube video that's 11:36 in time length titled this: WHEN SHOULD YOU SHOOT A COP ( MIRRORED BY COP BLOCK )

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  • January 3, 2018 at 2:32 am
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    Was there such a sense of urgency that it was necessary to breach the residence without evacuating the neighbors and other innocents first? What the hell went on here? Who was in charge? A kid in his 20's with 7 months experience goes in first? The suspect was barricaded inside a building and surrounded? Was there a search warrant? Some bad decisions were made here. Good decisions rarely result in 7 shootings and 2 fatalities. Im sure yet another law enforcement agency will investigate this with no bias whatsoever. Rather than cover this [email protected]$k up determinations needs to be made as to what went wrong and how it can be avoided in the future. The young officer left a widow and kids behind. SAD!!

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