Former Texas cop indicted on manslaughter after firing 41 shots at suspect after pursuitThe Raw Story
Dec. 08, 2013
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A grand jury indicted a former Texas police officer Monday on a manslaughter charge in the fatal shooting of an unarmed suspect following a high-speed pursuit.
A judge set bond Tuesday at $100,000 for 33-year-old Patrick Tuter, who’s accused of firing 41 shots at 25-year-old Michael Allen Vincent following a half-hour chase on Aug. 31, 2012.
Investigators said Tuter, who stopped to reload twice, struck Allen three times, killing him.