Man Runs Over Three Cops - Read Why

After 1 p.m. in Lubbock. The three officers along with a Lubbock cops were attempting to evict a couple from their apartment when the man being evicted got in his SUV and tried to leave. That’s when he ran over the three officers, police tell the station.

One of the officers was able to safely get a child out of the car before the suspect fled, the station reports.

One officer suffered serious injuries, one suffered moderate injuries and another suffered minor injuries, the station reports. Police fired shots at the fleeing SUV, but the suspect got away. Investigators later found the vehicle abandoned and are still on the lookout for the suspect.

Police later identified the suspect as Carlos Martinez, 32.

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Man Runs Over Three Cops - Read Why
Cops: Fleeing suspect runs over 3 officers with SUV
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