The suspect who rammed a stolen truck into the house and fatally shot two people was finally killed by police when they tried to apprehend him. Authorities are investigating this incident as a hate crime which is common in today's society where many hateful acts have been committed against minorities because of their race or ethnicity. The man killed these victims with no provocation whatsoever meaning that he had an evil intent before committing his crimes.
David L. Green, a 36-year veteran of the force, and Ramona Cooper, 60 are now living in Massachusetts after Saturday's incident occurred where Allen drove his stolen box truck into their home while they were both out just around 2:45 p.m., police said Sunday morning.
Saturday afternoon was eventful for David L. Green and Mrs . Ramona Cooper who lives in Winthrop because Nathan Allan allegedly stole a car from them that turned up as at fault when he crashed it through their house with no one inside!
This chilling scene unfolded when two brothers were shot, one in the leg and another fatally. It all began with a car crash that ruptured an oil pipe on Winthrop Street near Boston's Logan Airport Saturday evening, sending gallons of crude spilling onto the street. Police Chief Terence Delehanty reported to reporters about what happened next: "Officers arrived at 9 pm (EST) and found one victim who had been shot half a block away." The second victim "engaged" with his assailant - reportedly coming out from behind bushes across an alleyway not too far from where their brother was gunned down - before he himself got caught by gunfire four times in the head and three times in the torso...
The officers fired at Allen, who was struck and later died at the hospital. One officer was hit by a bullet but wasn't seriously injured in this tense scene that ended with two dead men on opposite sides of town.
Green died at the scene while Cooper was pronounced dead at the hospital, police said.
A dangerous manhunt ensued following a shootout with Allen and one officer being hit in the process of subduing him but not seriously injured by any means because he took cover behind his vehicle as shots rang out.
Citing the "troubling white supremacist rhetoric found in his own handwriting," Rollins said Allen had a preoccupation with whites being “apex predators.” The organization also pointed to evidence of anti-Semitic and racist statements against Black individuals, including some remarks that were written about by hand as well as typed into documents apparently authored or edited on an iPad.
Rollins said the alleged suspect was married, employed, had a Ph.D., and no criminal history so he would appear to most as unassuming because they are not likely considered violent individuals or threats in society due to their higher socioeconomic status.
"And then, yesterday afternoon he stole a box truck, crashed it into another vehicle and a property, walked away from the wreckage interacting with multiple individuals and choosing only to shoot and kill the two Black people he encountered," Rollins said in a statement Sunday night.
To provide the most accurate information possible, Colonel Christopher Mason of the Massachusetts State Police released a statement. "It saddens me that one of our own has passed away so suddenly," he said. Green joined MDC in 1980 and became a trooper for MA state police when they merged 14 years later."
"I want people who see this story online or hear about it on TV today know how much we will miss him as his brothers in law enforcement," continued Sherry Rollins, superintendent at the Metro District Commission Police Department."
"Trooper Green was widely respected and well-liked by his fellow Troopers, several of whom yesterday described him as a 'true gentleman' and always courteous to the public and meticulous in his duties," Mason said in a statement.
"From what we learned yesterday, he was held in equally high regard by his neighbors and friends in Winthrop," Mason said.
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