Atlanta, Georgia 2021-12-03 09:47:00 –
Atlanta (CBS46) — A life service celebration will take place at noon on Tuesday, December 7, for Henry Laxon, Clayton County Field Training Officer, who was tragically killed in response to a domestic phone call.
Four people were killed and two were injured after a dramatic change in the call for domestic violence on Tuesday night.
Clayton County Police say they responded to Rex’s Jarvis Court. There they found a woman who appeared to be shot dead lying still in the garden. After a while, another phone call reported that the 12-year-old boy was also shot in the face nearby.
While trying to help the woman and find the boy, police say he encountered a shooting from a man armed with a pistol. Neighboring witnesses said CBS46 contained a barrage shot by a house police officer, explaining the sound and smell of “hundreds of bullets.”
One officer was killed in the shooting. His name was Henry L’accent. His archer, 35-year-old Arthur Allen Gilliam, died during a shootout exchange with police.
L’accent’s death indicates that a third officer was killed in the Atlanta Metro this month in response to a call for domestic violence.
“There are many mistakes and many darknesses in the world we live in today, but officer L’accent is a good officer, he is a wonderful person and has shown it through his heart,” Jesse said.・ Stratco said. Former Clayton County Police dispatcher and best friend of L’accent officer.
Officer L’accent’s service will take place at First Baptist Jonesboro on 142 College Street. The general public is welcome to attend from 4 pm to 8 pm on Monday, December 6th and from 10 am to 12 pm on Tuesday, December 7th.
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