De'Eric Bailey (7099)



August 18, 20122012De'Eric Bailey22MaleAfrican-American/BlackAugustLinwood Ave & I-20, Shreveport, Caddo, LAShreveportLouisiana71103Caddo, LAShreveport Police DepartmentGunshotDeEric Bailey was shot when he allegedly drove his vehicle at officers following a police chase that began with a traffic stop. Cpl. Jennifer Monereau reportedly activated her emergency lights and siren, but Bailey refused to stop and instead drove in the opposing lanes of travel before entering I-20. Cpl. Hai Phan joined the pursuit as it passed the Fairfield exit ramp. The chase proceeded on I-20 with speeds reportedly reaching nearly 100 mph. Bailey’s vehicle ran over the right shoulder of I-20 onto a grassy embankment, then drove back onto I-20, spun out, crossed all lanes of travel and crashed into the center concrete barrier. As the two passengers in the vehicle attempted to quickly exit, Bailey allegedly drove forward again into the concrete barrier while spinning and smoking the tires. As Monereau and Phan arrived, they began giving directions to the passengers. Phan yelled at Bailey to stop the vehicle, but Bailey reportedly reversed the vehicle. Phan fired five shots at Bailey when Phan was allegedly struck by the open car door. Bailey was again ordered to stop, but allegedly shifted into drive and accelerated while appearing to turn the wheel toward Phan and a passenger in an effort to re-enter traffic. Phan fired approximately 11 shots as Bailey re-entered the travel lanes of I-20. The vehicle again crossed all lanes of travel and crashed a short distance away. Bailey was transported to LSUHSC, where he was pronounced dead.Justifiedhttp://www.louisianaweekly.com/shreveport-police-cleared-in-traffic-stop-shooting/UnknownCRDeCeros7099Complete

8/18/2012: DeEric Bailey was shot when he allegedly drove his vehicle at officers following a police chase that began with a traffic stop. Cpl. Jennifer Monereau reportedly activated her emergency lights and siren, but Bailey refused to stop and instead drove in the opposing lanes of travel before entering I-20. Cpl. Hai Phan joined the pursuit as it passed the Fairfield exit ramp. The chase proceeded on I-20 with speeds reportedly reaching nearly 100 mph. Bailey’s vehicle ran over the right shoulder of I-20 onto a grassy embankment, then drove back onto I-20, spun out, crossed all lanes of travel and crashed into the center concrete barrier. As the two passengers in the vehicle attempted to quickly exit, Bailey allegedly drove forward again into the concrete barrier while spinning and smoking the tires. As Monereau and Phan arrived, they began giving directions to the passengers. Phan yelled at Bailey to stop the vehicle, but Bailey reportedly reversed the vehicle. Phan fired five shots at Bailey when Phan was allegedly struck by the open car door. Bailey was again ordered to stop, but allegedly shifted into drive and accelerated while appearing to turn the wheel toward Phan and a passenger in an effort to re-enter traffic. Phan fired approximately 11 shots as Bailey re-entered the travel lanes of I-20. The vehicle again crossed all lanes of travel and crashed a short distance away. Bailey was transported to LSUHSC, where he was pronounced dead. http://www.louisianaweekly.com/shreveport-police-cleared-in-traffic-stop-shooting/



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