A 32-year-old man who shot by a school resource officer in Alabama.
The man attempted to enter an elementary school but was stopped by a locked door. He then tried to break into cars and attempted to grab the firearm of the school resource officer. He was shot and killed.
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Police in Alabama on Thursday morning fatally shot a man who was trying to enter an elementary school in the city of Gadsen while classes were in session, according to local news reports.
The incident began when a resident spotted the man trying to forcibly enter the Walnut Park Elementary School and looking into cars.
The deceased man has been identified as 32-year-old Robert Tyler White, who reportedly could not get into the school because the doors were secured. He then tried to forcibly enter the patrol car of the school’s resource officer.
When the officer attempted to stop White, he reportedly tried to grab the officer’s gun, which resulted in a struggle and White being fatally shot after Gadsden Police Department officers responded to the scene to provide assistance.
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