Police run over Oklahoma woman firing gun (video)

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Oklahoma police have released shocking dash cam video that shows one of their officers deliberately hitting a woman with his patrol car to prevent her from firing additional gunshots at fellow officers.

According to police reports, twenty-one-year-old Madison Sueann Dickson was wanted over four gun-related incidents. When officers had located her at an apartment complex on Saturday, she jumped into a parked truck and sped off with the driver.

After a short pursuit, the dashcam video shows her jumping out of the truck and immediately firing shots at officers chasing her.

Within seconds, Officer Jonathan Grafton chased her down with his patrol car and ran her over to stop her from shooting at police.

You can clearly hear the gunshots in the video, as well as see the gun in Dickon’s hand. At one point, the video shows her pointing the gun directly at Grafton’s patrol car.

Tulsa Police Officer Leland Ashley told Tulsa World that two other officers had also fired their guns in the exchange.

“She had every opportunity to stop and turn herself in,” said Ashley, the Daily Mail reports.

Dickson was accused of shooting a man in the head Thursday night, shooting a woman in the arm at a Walgreens, and firing her gun at a Best Buy clerk during an armed robbery.

According to reports, the female driver of the truck involved in Saturday’s incident was questioned and released.

H/T: Daily Mail

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