Incident Report - Officer Shot

Incident Report - Officer Reese Shooting

Incident Report: Henders-Gaberiel-01142011
Associated Cases: None
Associated Reports: None
Date: Friday, January 14, 2011
Filing Time: 11:19
Filing Officer: Officer Jane N. Pcee
Inident Location: Blue Island Avenue: Crimson District
Assigned Officers: Officer Electra Ann Reese, Patrol Car's 4456 and 4457.

Arrest Warrant Charges:
- 720 ILCS 5/24-3.1 UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARMS AND FIREARM AMMUNITION
- 720 ILCS 5/24-5 DEFACING IDENTIFICATION MARKS OF FIREARMS
- 720 ILCS 5/24-1.2 AGGRAVATED DISCHARGE OF FIREARM (2 Counts)
- 720 ILCS 5/12-2 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (6 Counts)
- 720 ILCS 5/24-1(a)(4) UNLAWFUL USE OF FIREARMS
- 720 ILCS 5/12-1 ASSAULT (2 Counts)
- 720 ILCS 5/12-2(a)(1) AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER
- 720 ILCS 5/12-2 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (2 Counts)
- 720 ILCS 5/12-3 BATTERY (2 Counts)

Summary: At or near 11:00 PM 2300 Hours on the 14th Of Jan 2011, Officer Electra Ann Reese while in the performance of duty as an undercover officer assigned to Orginized Crime/Vice Squad, made contact with Mr Gabreil Henders. Mr. Henders, who is now known to be involved in Human Trafficking/Prostatution, requested a meeting with Officer Reese. Officer Reese acting under guise as an on call girl, while undercover accepted the meet request and proceeded to wait for Mr Henders in public on Blue Island avenue with one Dwayne Monroe. Upon Arrival, Mr Henders according to eye witness satement physically struck Officer Reese.

One eye witness stated that Mr Monroe assisted officer reese and physically placed himself inbetween the Officer and Mr Henders. Upon doing so Henders drew and brandished an Illeagel and Serial-less hand gun. Officer Reese noting the danger to a Civilian steped into the Line of fire to atempt to calm Mr Henders down. The firearm he was holding was discharged, strikeing officer Reese in the abdominal area pasing through and strikeing Mr Monroe in the abdomen as well.

Eye witness reports a shifter known as Ahikam, atempting to assist Officer Reese and Mr Monroe by restraining via suprise Mr Henders. Also on scene was Miss Temina Haroun, local reporter and EMT qualified person. Miss Haroun having heard the gunshot atempted to assist Officer Reese and Mr Monroe until the arrival of fellow officers and paramedics.

Officer Reese is currently in stable condition at Memorial Hospital, though currently non-responseive. Officer Reese will remain in the care of Memorial Hospital until she recovers and can decide to return to duty.

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