April 23, 2019
Male cops in Baltimore die all the time at the hands of these violent street coons.
Imagine how deluded a woman must be to think that she could survive this lawless urban jungle…
Jury selection started Monday for a teenager accused of killing a Baltimore County police officer.
Dawnta Harris, 17, is accused of driving an SUV that ran over Baltimore County police Officer Amy Caprio in May 2018, killing her. Harris and three other co-defendants — Darrell Ward, Derrick Matthews and Eugene Genius — are charged in the killing. Harris is the first to go on trial.
Three other youths were also involved.
Harris, who was 16 at the time of the incident, has been charged as an adult. Harris is helping his defense attorneys, Warren Brown and J. Wyndal Gordon, prepare for trial by assisting them in choosing a 12-person jury out of more than 100 potential candidates.
“This day was a long time coming, and we reached the point where it was going to happen,” Gordon said.
The case against Harris started developing May 22, 2018, when Caprio, 29, responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle — a black Jeep — and a burglary in progress, police said. After seeing the vehicle, Caprio left her police car and ordered the driver to get out of the Jeep.
A court charging document indicates Harris admitted he drove at the officer. Sources told 11 News at the time of the incident that Caprio fired one shot at the Jeep before she was hit.