Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-05-06 23:42:45 –
Glenpool, Oklahoma-Glenpool police announced Thursday evening that a federal investigation had dismissed a Glenpool police officer who was involved in last year’s shooting.
On December 15, 2020, the ministry said Glenpool police had responded to the assaults and assaults reported near Glenpool’s 149th Street South.
Police said on the scene that 28-year-old Julian Rose was suspected of beating a man when he confronted him in his 60s.
According to officials, Rose advanced the officer with a knife and refused to follow him. Police said he stabbed an officer approaching him from behind and hurt him deeply on his shoulder.
Police said another police officer had deployed a taser gun, but Rose continued to ignore several police officers’ verbal orders to stop walking and drop the knife. According to officials, Rose continued to move towards the nearest police officer with a knife and was subsequently shot by the police officer. Rose died on the scene.
As a result of the investigation, authorities said the then federal prosecutor, Trent Shores, in the northern district of Oklahoma, decided not to pursue federal criminal liability in the shooting.
Rose is a Native American, and the incident took place on land that was part of the Mascorgie (Creek) settlement, so the Federal Bureau of Investigation took over the case.
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