Dalton Smith was a bad guy, but the cop f*cked up, firing the shots resulting in the death of the woman. The bad guy never fired his gun.Another leftist POS that should have been executed years ago takes an innocent life with him....
Cops: Hofstra home invasion suspect Dalton Smith had lengthy rap sheet
Published: May 19, 2013 5:54 PM
UNIONDALE - The man accused in a fatal Uniondale home invasion had a lengthy rap sheet and was wanted by police, authorities say.
Police say 30-year-old Dalton Smith was released from jail and placed on parole in February after serving time for first-degree robbery. Authorities say he violated the terms of his parole less than three months later, and a warrant for his arrest was issued on April 25.
Smith's lengthy rap sheet dates back to 1999 when he was arrested for first-degree robbery. In 2000, he was arrested for promoting prison contraband. In 2003, he was charged with robbery in May and then with assault in August. A month later, he faced another robbery charge.
Police say Smith entered a rental home on California Avenue in Uniondale on Friday, wearing a ski mask and armed with a gun. They say he demanded valuables and sent one woman to an ATM to get money; instead, she called police. When officers arrived, Smith allegedly pointed his gun at them while holding one of the residents in a headlock. Officers fired shots at Smith in an attempt to subdue him. He and the resident, 21-year-old Andrea Rebello, were killed.
The officer who fired the deadly shots has not been identified. Nassau County Police Commissioner Thomas Dale says the officer is being provided with counseling.
The cop should be charged with involuntary manslaughter instead of being provided counseling.