Aug 11, 2017 ... South Carolina man sentenced to 35 years for opening fire at Estill Officer Quincy Smith in shooting captured by camera in officer's glasses.
Aug 11, 2017 ... Newly released video shows the moment a robbery suspect shot a South Carolina police officer at point-blank range. A jury was shown the video this week at the gunman's trial for attempted murder. On New Year's Day 2016, officer Quincy Smith responded to a call about a suspicious person in Estill, South ...
Aug 11, 2017 ... On New Year's Day of 2016, officer Quincy Smith responded to a call about a suspicious person in Estill, South Carolina. Smith ended up being shot four times, and the whole incident was recorded by a camera on his glasses. As Mark Strassmann reports, the shooter was convicted, and now Smith is ...
When a resident of a Forestville apartment complex where Officer Smith lived heard gun shots, he called the police. Officer Smith was the first to arrive at the scene and was shot twice in the back of the head. No bullet casings were found. Police called the the shooting an execution-style murder. From the bruises on his face ...
Aug 11, 2017 ... It was New Year's morning in 2016, and the cop with the call-sign Echo 7 was on the trail of a belligerent man in Estill, S.C.. Officer Quincy Smith was called to investigate a suspicious man trying to snatch groceries from a convenience store in the small town of about 2,000 people. Smith, wearing glasses ...
Aug 11, 2017 ... Officer Quincy Smith was shot on New Year's Day in 2016.
Aug 11, 2017 ... The chilling and graphic tape of the Jan.1, 2016 incident involving Estill Police Department Officer Quincy Smith was made public after his 29-year-old assailant, Malcom Orr, was convicted on charges of attempted murder and possessing a weapon in a violent crime, according to the Fourteenth Circuit ...
Aug 10, 2017 ... Officer Smith answered a service call for a possible armed robbery, he flipped on the body-camera goggles he purchased for himself over the internet.
Sep 15, 2017 ... Stockley, a police officer, has been acquitted in St. Louis six years after he shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith.