Killeen Police Officers Shot on Circle M Drive
Killeen Police investigate early morning shooting of officers on Circle M Dr.
Members of The Killeen Police Tactical Response Unit and Bell County Organized Crime Unit were attempting to execute a search warrant at 1104 Circle M Dr. # C, at approximately 5:30 am, on Friday, May 9, 2014. As the officers were breaching the apartment the occupants inside opened fire on the officers; four officers were shot. Two of the officers were shot in an area were their safety equipment protected them and they were treated and released from Scott and White Memorial Hospital. Two other officers were transported to the Carl R Darnall Army Medical Center and subsequently transferred to the Scott and White Memorial Hospital. One of the officers is a nine year veteran currently in the Intensive Care Unit at Scott and White and is in good condition. The other officer is an 18 year veteran, in the Intensive Care Unit at Scott and White Memorial Hospital; he is currently listed in critical condition.
A 49 year old male and 50 year old female were taken into custody and transported to the Killeen city jail.
This case was reviewed by the Bell County District Attorney’s Office and complaints were returned charging Marvin Louis Guy with three counts of Attempted Capital Murder, his bond was set at $1,000,000 for each count.
The investigation continues involving the female and her name will not be released at this time.
The names of the officers will not be released at this time.
This case continues to be investigated and more information will be provided as it becomes available
Mayor Dan Corbin said “On behalf of the 134,000 residents of Killeen and on behalf of the Council, I offer condolences to the families of those officers who were shot, and pledge the full support of the community.”
City Manager Glenn Morrison said “We are deeply saddened by today’s events and hold our officers and their families in our prayers. The City of Killeen will remain united and strong in this difficult time. We pledge our unwavering support to our brave officers and their loved ones in the times ahead.”
Chief Baldwin said “The tragic events that unfolded have left the members of the Killeen Police Department and their families seeking answers to a senseless, destructive act. The families of the injured officers are aware of the outpouring of love, prayers, and support from the Central Texas Community. On behalf of the Killeen Police Department and the families of the injured officers, I would like to express our appreciation.”
Killeen Police Department