This is yet another example of what cops go through every day. It’s unreal!

A man shot by an Ohio policeman (Joshua Hilling) was wanted for homicide in Baltimore County, the Hamilton County, Ohio, Sheriff’s Office said.
Javier Pablo Aleman, 46, was shot by a policeman on duty about 1:30 p.m. along Interstate 75 outside Cincinnati, the sheriff’s office said.
The officer in the Glendale Police Department was not injured. The sheriff’s office is investigating the shooting with that department.
The circumstances that led to the shooting were not immediately known.
Hours afterward, Baltimore County police announced they have an arrest warrant for Pablo Javier Aleman. It was not clear why the middle names were different. Baltimore County police were unable to confirm the incidents involved the same man. They directed such questions to the Ohio sheriff’s office.
On March 17, Baltimore County police responded to the scene of a fatal stabbing on the 6700 block of Woodley Road, Dundalk.
Officers found 51-year-old Victor Adolfo Serrano with multiple stab wounds and he died at the scene, Baltimore County police said.
Police said they have identified Aleman as the suspect in the stabbing. His address remained unknown.
Aleman was hospitalized in stable condition in Ohio. The sheriff’s office said he was not known to have any connection to Cincinnati.
Via: Live Leak

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