Shots Fired after Two People Tried to Run Over Police Officer
A man and a woman traveling in a black Nissan Maxima were pulled over early this morning in Opa-Locka near 140th Street and Northwest 26th Avenue. Instead of complying with the officer, though, they tried to run him over with the car. The incident lead to a police chase that involved gun fire.
"The officers followed the subjects here into Miami Gardens where the suspects bailed out," Opa-Locka Police Sergeant Michael Steel told the station. "A perimeter was set up."
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