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The next morning, she called to see if she had heard a car arrive from outside and went outside to check. She saw a white car driving down the road with a driver.
She heard a man shouting, „Go away.“ When he saw her, he picked up her cellphone, and when she turned around, he began stabbin올인 119g her, according to the complaint.
She called police to report it and was treated for a stab wound. They arrested him and brought him to the hospital.
Police also found a.38-caliber handgun, according to the complaint.
The next day, Officer Roldan was on his way to his station when he saw a man pointing an assault rifle and carrying a shotgun, the report said. Officer Roldan ordered the man to drop the weapon and leave. The man refused, and Officer Roldan ordered the shotgun to be fired. That’s when he was shot, the report said.
The man was hit twice in the chest and shot in the upper body, the report said.
On Saturday, the city of Jackson also released its „White Lives Matter“ flag, according to a Facebook post. It read: „As a white person, my thoughts and prayers go out to those killed tonight in Jacksonville. May they know God’s love was on their souls and may they continue to walk the street with dignity.“
Jackson Police Chief Anthony Smith wrote on the chief’s Facebook post that the flag was created „to show our c창원출장안마ommunity support and stand up to those who would target our community for their hatred of black people.“
The chief said the flag is part of the broader „Jackson“ message and has been created in honor of all the white people living in Jacksonville.
The city also posted a statement on its Facebook page saying that when the flag was first created „white lives matter“ was a message전립선 마사지 from the group and did not include the Confederate battle flag.
City leaders have been criticized before for not allowing flag-toting groups on their streets. City officials are planning a city council meeting to hear feedback for a resolution that would allow those groups to meet, said Mayor Chris Riley.
But even though the flags will be taken down from city hall, Riley said there was nothing he could do to remove them from the sidewalk.
„I don’t want to interfere with anything but we need to respect each other, we need to look together, and we can’t have hate,“ Riley said.