This is a discussion on Police survival battle within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; One gun, no hands: the Marcus Young incident". American Handgunner. Sept-Oct 2004. • Situation: The criminal emptied a .38 into you, leaving your gun arm ...
One gun, no hands: the Marcus Young incident".
American Handgunner. Sept-Oct 2004.
• Situation: The criminal emptied a .38 into you, leaving your gun arm paralyzed and your other hand torn apart--and now, he's reaching for a machine gun.
• March 7, 2003. Sgt. Marcus Young is midway through an evening shift, working patrol for the Ukiah, California Police Department. He's a Navy vet, second-degree black belt in Shorinryu karate, 18 years on the force. With him is a 17-year-old police cadet named Julian Covella. A devoted husband and father, the 40-year-old sergeant serves as president of a local school board. His own young son is thinking about going the police cadet route and Marcus is particularly interested in how it's working out for Julian. Then comes the seemingly routine call: a shoplifter at the Wal-Mart Superstore. Young wheels the patrol car in that direction
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