Thursday, April 29, 2021

Overland Park Releases Report On 2018 Deadly Shooting Of Teen John Albers

Activists demanded the resignation of the OPPD Chief this week and it seems like the outcry yielded results given this important bit of municipal compliance.

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Overland Park releases redacted investigation report in 2018 killing of teen by police officer

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The City of Overland Park released on Thursday a redacted investigation report in the killing of John Albers in 2018. Albers, a teenager, was tragically shot and killed on January 20, 2018 in a shooting with an Overland Park Police officer.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

i am sorry for your loss. But this is not the fault of police but rather a poor choice on behalf of your son!

Anonymous said...

Will they also release his juvenile criminal record?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Actually, a good question considering the records are posthumous.

Anonymous said...

He tried to run a cop over, he would have ran you over. He had to be stopped. His Karenated mother needs to go away.

Anonymous said...

Johnson Country is quickly turning into Raytown. Sad.

Weird said...

In the end the report will show nothing that isn't already known. "tragically shot" my ass, what if he had killed a cop or someone else? When you do stupid things you win stupid prizes as they say so don't be a thug if you can't take a slug.

Jesus how would you like to have to be married to the mother?

The report is very detailed and this John Albers dude had many issues other than being mental. He was also a bully and like hitting women.

Anonymous said...

6:02 his juvenile record is here for all to see, read the story then click on the report. It's almost 500 pages long and super detailed.

Anonymous said...

The little punk deserved it. Get over it already. It is not the job of the police to parent your out of control child!

Please answer this question police officers said...

If the officer was right to shoot and kill the teenager, then why did he resign?

Anonymous said...

Because politicians don't like pressure and needed a scapegoat to make their phones stop rining.

Anonymous said...

9:06 maybe he quit for personal reasons. PTSD may be at play here.