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Police Raid Cop Killer's House

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City of Mobile Police Department

Cop Killer's House Raided by Police



Statement Released By:

Captain Eric Read

Department Head

City of Mobile Police Department




According to witness testimonies and CCTV footage, on June 14, 2019, at approximately 3:45 PM, Senior Police Officer R.J. Milton was conducting routine patrol on Strawberry Avenue when he was caught in a drive-by attack involving three vehicles. The attack was believed to be gang motivated based on a vendetta the gang had from previous encounters where several gang members were arrested by the Mobile Police. According to what we could recover from the officer's dashcam and bodycam footage, it appears Officer Milton was preparing to stop a blue Ford GT when a black muscle car came in from behind and blocked the officer's car in. A third orange sports car then got involved, and the suspects began opening fire with automatic weapons. At 3:46 PM, Officer Milton pressed his panic button as Mobile and Prichard patrol and Jaguar officers began to arrive on scene. The officer was shot 33 times and died in the back of a squad car on the way to the hospital. The case was soon turned over to the department's senior detective, who found more than 100 shell casings of 9x19 Parabellum and .45 ACP variety on the scene, believed to have been shot from Mini Uzi and MAC-10 mini submachine guns. While the officers were investigating the scene, the three assailants returned to the scene, where they exchanged gunfire with Prichard Police and MPD Jaguar officers who overwhelmed them, forcing them to flee the scene. The suspects were not initially pursued due to public safety concerns. According to the overseeing detective, the assailants were "fairly easy to locate" and were "definitely not professionals."


After just a half hour of searching the area, MPD officers located one of the suspect vehicles, and over the next two days, MPD detectives and Jaguar officers conducted surveillance on one of the suspects' homes, given to them through a local tip. They confirmed that at least one of the suspects was living at the location. On June 16th, Alabama Judge Juan Sanchez-Rodriguez approved a search warrant on the property, and the next morning, Mobile and Prichard patrolmen and Jaguar officers, led by Jaguar Captain and department Sergeant C. Davis, conducted a raid on the property, where they were involved in a gunfight. All three suspects from the killing of Officer Milton were shot by the Mobile Jaguar team after a long exchange of gunfire and later died on the scene. Three 9mm Mini Uzis, several pistols, and a MAC-10 .45 were recovered at the scene. Two officers suffered minor injuries in the gunfight as a result of shrapnel, but were able to return to patrol the next day as they were carrying riot shields while in the house, and therefore were not seriously injured.


According to Captain Read, MPD's department head, "..this encounter shows both the danger and risk involved in being a police officer, but also the strength and efficiency of the Mobile and Prichard police departments."













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Edited by Commander Palmer

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