BREAKING NEWS Out Of California… RIP SIR

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It brings us great sadness to report that a Sheriff’s deputy in California has been killed in a freak incident.

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It happened in San Bernardino when an off duty sheriff’s deputy named Lawrence Falce braked to avoid two dogs and was rear-ended by a driver who then got out and delivered a fatal punch, police said.

A man identified as Alonzo Leron Smith, 30, and Falce, an off-duty San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy, are initially seen on the video standing on the sidewalk after they got into a minor traffic collision.

Fox News reports that surveillance video from a nearby store captured the encounter, which lasted only about a minute.

But just as Smith seems to be going back to his vehicle, he’s seen turning around and punching Falce in the face, causing the deputy to fall to the ground. Smith then gets into his car as two witnesses attempt to stop him. Another person uses an SUV to ram the attacker’s vehicle.

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“He jumped in his car and tried to leave, so I rammed him once and then I backed up and he was able to go around my actual truck, so I rammed him a second time in the back of his car and spun him out across the street and into a…tree,” the witness told KTLA.

He added: “I was just so, so shocked. My instincts just kind of kicked in.”

Smith was caught about 12 hours later and charged with murder on Wednesday.

Falce, who was on the force for 36 years and was an Army veteran, never fully recovered from the injury and died Tuesday, police announced.

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Smith was described as a “career criminal” who spent most of his life in and out of prison. San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael Ramos said Smith had previously went to prison for street terrorism and selling marijuana.

“This person needs to spend the rest of his life in prison,” Ramos said.

Smith is a gang member who has spent much of his adult life in and out of lockups. In 2015, he was released after serving two years of a 12-year sentence for selling marijuana, San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael Ramos said.

Deputy Falce was taken off life support two days later.

Falce is survived by his long-time girlfriend as well as a sister, the sheriff said.

Rest in peace sir and thank you for your service.

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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