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November 16, 2011

Officer shoots fellow officer's patrol car

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI) -- A Florida police officer accused of emptying his .40-caliber pistol into the patrol car of a fellow officer cannot be released on bond, a judge ruled. Broward County Judge John Hurley said Kristopher Bieger must remain behind bars on attempted murder charges for allegedly firing nearly 10 rounds at fellow Lauderhill officer Britanny Skinner Saturday, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Tuesday. Lauderhill Police said once his gun was empty Bieger, 30, begged fellow officers for another bullet so he could kill himself. Skinner, who briefly dated Bieger, was unharmed but had bullet holes in her shirt and protective vest after one shot went through the seat of her patrol car. At the time, Skinner was working at an off-duty security job just six blocks from the police station. She told police when she broke up with Bieger last week he "began to cry uncontrollably" and begged her to take him back. Bieger is the son of a retired Hallandale Beach policeman.

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Kelvyn


03/28/2014
Sometimes policemen just like to have a chat and to show off a bit. I had one guy who used to flag me down oacscionally just to talk motorbikes. It must be horrid when no-one is glad to see you; I think it's like when you work at home and keep the poor postman chatting.E

Ben


03/29/2014
Wilhelm asks me that about once a week. The first time I answered "moviestar" in a blink. It was polstiveiy Freudian, had no clue my fouryearold self was still in there.

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