July 24, 2019
These blacks are turning our cities into absolute warzones.
At least this nog died, saving the American taxpayer the burden of paying for his worthless black ass in prison.
A Birmingham police officer was shot and the suspect is dead after an armed robbery Wednesday evening at a convenience store downtown.
The officer has been identified as Cullen Stafford. He underwent surgery at UAB Hospital and is in stable condition.
The deceased suspect has been identified as 35-year-old Roderick Wilson of Pinson. The Jefferson County Coroner says he died from multiple gunshot wounds but did not specify how many.
The incident happened after police were called to a robbery in progress at a convenience store in the 500 block of 23rd Street North.
When police were trying to apprehend the suspect on 22nd Street North, officers say he pulled out a handgun and fired at them.
Police say Cullen was shot five to seven times and taken to UAB Hospital.
After the first officer was hit, the suspect continued to fire a weapon and police officers began to return the fire.
Gunfire was exchanged over multiple locations before the suspect was pronounced dead at a scene near a parking structure.
The crime scene stretched five city blocks around the initial scene.