Hartford CT: Armed man killed by PD

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2. Which reporter do you guys think is hot??? The scary looking fake blond at the news desk or the average-looking one on the scene??? The glasses bump her up a bit, but it's just glasses, guys. LOL

Agreed, the woman is merely average looking. Probably would not kick her out of bed LOL.
 

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The latest happy switches are placed on the back where the slide cover plate is. According to Glock Armorers class the first versions were called a "Buzz Plate" and they were from Valenzuela. Glock had a SA headquarters there, too. Other places copied the design and improved on it.

I would like to get one if I could legally wear it as a piece of jewelry as a pendant. Constructive intent is a problem though.

No ghetto gunsmith is going to put on switch on the side like the original G18. Too much work when you can get a Buzz Plate.

Regarding the finish and scratches on the "Glock" - they don't look like that even after falling out of a chopper or getting hammered. The Glock finish is not metallic underneath when it scratches.

Fernando? That guy could pitch.
 

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Justified shoot, but piss poor report by the PD and piss poor journalism.

100% airsoft guns. The Glock does look the part, and some people are adding happy switches, but no way someone is walking around in the U.S. with an 18C marked Glock.
Also glocks don't look like that even after dragged by a truck. It's obvious that slide is made out of some shit pot metal.
 
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Man fatally shot by Hartford officer was ‘acting very deranged’, appeared to point rifle at police, according to State’s Attorney report


HARTFORD — The man killed in a confrontation with Hartford police Saturday night “appeared to point a rifle in the direction of police” before he was fatally shot by an officer, according to a preliminary report from the state’s attorney’s office.

Police were summoned to Gilman Street in the city’s South End by a 911 caller reporting a man was carrying a gun in the street and “acting very deranged,” according to the report released Tuesday by Margaret Kelley, state’s attorney for the Judicial District of Ansonia-Milford. Records from a recent arrest also indicate the man, Shamar Ogman of 27 Gilman St., suffered from mental illness.

Ogman, 30, ran through backyards and jumped fences as officers chased him through the area in the dark, according to Kelley’s report and body-worn camera footage also released Tuesday.

Throughout the brief foot chase and standoff, officers shout several times that Ogman is pointing or cocking the gun.

“Nobody has to get hurt tonight,” one of them shouts at Ogman between orders to put down the gun.

Officer Christopher Larson can be heard at one point saying he doesn’t see a magazine in the rifle, while Officer Joseph Walsh says later, “I don’t think it’s loaded.”

Ogman refused the near-constant orders and repeatedly yells “No” and “Shoot” at the officers training their guns on him.

One of the officers shouts, “There’s no reason for this, put it down, put it down, put it down,” and Ogman responds, “Shoot me! Shoot me!” and takes off again. About four minutes later, with Ogman cornered on the property next to his apartment building, Larson can be heard asking Walsh, “What are we doing with this? He’s pointing this gun a lot at us.”

Shortly after, Officer Ashley Martinez’s body camera captures her shouting, “He’s pointing it!” just before she fires one shot from her rifle, fatally wounding Ogman.

Officers immediately provided treatment until medical personnel arrived and continued assisting him, the state’s attorney said. Ogman was transported to Hartford Hospital, where he died Sunday.

Court records show Ogman was arrested twice in the two weeks before his death, along with an arrest outside his Gilman Street home in July for which he received a probation violation.

Hartford police received a 911 text on July 1 about a man sitting in a car with a firearm with a red beam on it, according to an arrest warrant. Officers found Ogman with a weapon in his lap that looked to be a black handgun with an extended magazine, but was actually a BB gun with an empty magazine.

A search turned up three other BB guns; Ogman told police he participates in airsoft tournaments. He was charged with gun offenses and with violating his probation, which stemmed from a prior conviction for first-degree robbery.

Ogman was arrested in Meriden on Dec. 15 on six felony gun possession charges, and again by Bloomfield police on Dec. 23 on two misdemeanors for allegedly assaulting an ex-girlfriend two weeks prior.

A domestic issue also appeared to spark the episode Saturday evening. A witness at the scene could be heard telling one of the officers that Ogman was upset with the mother of his daughter.

It was not clear Tuesday whether that is the same woman he’s accused of assaulting at their workplace, a grocery store in Bloomfield, three weeks ago.

When police spoke with Ogman about the Dec. 9 incident, he said he and the victim had just broken up and acknowledged they’d argued at work.

The victim reported that Ogman struck her in the face, while Ogman said he only pushed her. Police noted that the victim’s eyes were red, with some extended swelling and watering in her right eye.

Ogman told the officer that “he has a history of ‘mental issues,’ but they are ‘under control.’”

Ogman did not say what condition he may have, but “suggested it causes him to inappropriately manage his anger sometimes.”

Another grocery store employee witnessed the Dec. 9 incident and told police he heard the argument and saw Ogman “attack” the victim. The witness said he had begun to intervene when Ogman left the premises, according to the report.

Ogman was arrested in Meriden on Dec. 15 on six felony gun possession charges, and again by Bloomfield police on Dec. 23 on two misdemeanors for allegedly assaulting an ex-girlfriend two weeks prior.

A domestic issue also appeared to spark the episode Saturday evening. A witness at the scene could be heard telling one of the officers that Ogman was upset with the mother of his daughter.

It was not clear Tuesday whether that is the same woman he’s accused of assaulting at their workplace, a grocery store in Bloomfield, three weeks ago.

When police spoke with Ogman about the Dec. 9 incident, he said he and the victim had just broken up and acknowledged they’d argued at work.

The victim reported that Ogman struck her in the face, while Ogman said he only pushed her. Police noted that the victim’s eyes were red, with some extended swelling and watering in her right eye.

Ogman told the officer that “he has a history of ‘mental issues,’ but they are ‘under control.’”

Ogman did not say what condition he may have, but “suggested it causes him to inappropriately manage his anger sometimes.”

Another grocery store employee witnessed the Dec. 9 incident and told police he heard the argument and saw Ogman “attack” the victim. The witness said he had begun to intervene when Ogman left the premises, according to the report.
 
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Ogman told an officer that he would turn himself in on a breach of peace charge, but he did not.

On Dec. 15, Ogman was arrested in Meriden on six felony charges of illegal gun possession, as well as interfering with officers, reckless driving and other vehicle offenses, according to court records. Before Ogman was released on Nov. 23 on a $150,000 bond, he was held on the outstanding warrant from Bloomfield.

That police department picked him up from the New Haven Correctional Center and charged Ogman with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault. He posted another bond, this time for $2,500.

As conditions of his release, Ogman agreed to stay away from the victim and her home. Ogman was due back in court this week, according to Meriden police Sgt. Darrin McKay.

Family members are planning to hold a vigil for Ogman Dec. 30 at 2 p.m. in the area of 14-16 Gilman St.

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Wow. Just wow.
Look at the Courant reporter (who covers "urban gun violence")
nope past the issue of what the dead guy was brandishing.

They think there's going to be a riot,
and they're giving the facts a good leaving-alone.
 
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On the December 15th charges...


MERIDEN — A man was found with a handgun and ammunition in a car that was reported stolen in Milford on Tuesday.

Shamar Ogman, 30, of 27 Gilman St., Hartford, was charged Tuesday with carrying a dangerous weapon, no pistol permit, interfering with police and two counts each of criminal weapon possession and weapon in a motor vehicle.

On Tuesday around 1:45 a.m. police learned a car reported stolen in Milford was tracked to West Main Street through a cell phone left in the vehicle, according to police reports.

Officers in an unmarked police vehicle located the car in the area of North First Street and followed it, eventually calling for a marked vehicle to pull it over, the report said.

When the driver, Ogman, was asked to get out of the car police noticed what appeared to be the butt of a gun underneath the passenger seat, the report said.

Police searched the car and found a Glock 17 .9mm firearm with an extended magazine, a H&K USP .45 mm facsimile firearm with an extended magazine, a Springfield Armory ten round magazine with five bullets and two bullets in the glove box.

Ogman’s bond was set at $150,000. The case was transferred to New Haven gun court for Dec. 30.
 

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Police searched the car and found a Glock 17 .9mm firearm with an extended magazine, a H&K USP .45 mm facsimile firearm with an extended magazine, a Springfield Armory ten round magazine with five bullets and two bullets in the glove box.
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