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#1 Nov 12, 2009
McKinney police confirm SWAT involved shooting in Wylie
By Danny Gallagher, McKinney Courier-Gazette
Published: Thursday, November 12, 2009 1:38 AM CST
McKinney police said members of their tactical team shot a threatening suspect involved in a domestic disturbance standoff in Wylie to death.

The MPD released an official statement on Wednesday regarding the officer involved shooting that took place Monday in Wylie and took the life of 27-year-old Jeremy Bates.

Wylie Police first responded to the call at 10:47 a.m. Monday in the 600 block of Odenville Way. Susan Chumley, Bates' mother, told police that her son "was intoxicated and head butted her," according to a statement released by McKinney police Lt. Scott Brewer said.

Officers arrived on the scene and found Chumley sitting on her porch with a laceration on her forehead. They could also hear Bates "cussing and being irate that the police were at his residence."

They also could hear "what sounded like a shotgun being 'racked.'" Officers secured the scene by evacuating nearby homes, closing off streets and putting several local schools on lockdown.

Wylie Police Chief John Duscio contacted the MPD and requested mutual aid with their Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team to assist in the call. By the time the SWAT team arrived at the home, Bates had barricaded himself in the house, Brewer said.

Responding officers from McKinney, Plano, Wylie and the Collin County Sheriff's Office had great concern about Bates' response to the situation since he had resisting arrest, search and transportation charges on his "lengthy arrest record," Brewer said.

Officers described Bates' behavior as "aggressive" and "increasingly more dangerous throughout the standoff."

He repeatedly threatened to "shoot and kill" any officer who approached his residence to officers and negotiators. He eventually pointed a shotgun at members of the McKinney SWAT team posted at the rear of the residence. Officers opened fire at Bates, and Bates ran back into the house.

Negotiators again tried to contact Bates, but received no response. Officers sent a robot into the residence to locate Bates and discovered he had been injured. Paramedics entered the home and confirmed Bates had died.

It is not known if an autopsy has been completed as of Wednesday.

Brewer said members of the Texas Department of Public Safety, specifically the Texas Rangers, will investigate the shooting.

"Both the MPD and the Wylie PD are fully cooperating with the investigation," Brewer said.

Brewer also noted he could not release any additional information regarding this incident as of Wednesday.

Contact Danny Gallagher at dgallagher@acnpapers.com.

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#2 Nov 13, 2009
Yep...doing the job they are paid to do so we, as normal citizens, don't have to....thanks for posting this story...Great Job Mckinney SWAT
Fact18

Dallas, TX

#3 Nov 13, 2009
Great job guys for defending our neighborhood and the citizens of Mckinney/wyli. Sounds lieka serious criminal was removed from earth. Thanks fellas for what you do. God Bless all law enforcement
Justice

Houston, TX

#4 Nov 13, 2009
Thanks to Danny Gallagher for his usual quality of reporting.

A verbatim repeat of the MPD's doubtful story, filled with the same tired unchallenged creative writing wordage.

Seriously.

Does Danny ever do anything other than re-write or just outright copy what's handed to him?

Here's a forthright budget suggestion for the Courier-Gazette, a member of a business group that's bleeding money like a sieve.

Why not simply post a link to the MPD’s web site and 86 Danny boy and send him packing?

He may be the greatest guy in the world and nothing personal is held against him on this front.

But when it comes to his “reporting services” would there really be any difference? What value does he add other than to parrot what he's told?

Things we'd like to know, such as "has Albert Rodriguez been called in to organize the MPD's in house story line yet?" are left completely uninvestigated.

If not another suggestion this time for MPD and their righteous band of legal beagles:

Contact DPS Officer Ima Shill.

We hear she’s someone’s protégé and will do a good job fabricating everyone’s story neatly into line.

It will have absolutely nothing to do with forensics; but it will make for another amusing, phantasmagorical read.
Justice

Dallas, TX

#5 Nov 13, 2009
Always one retard in the group. You are recognized as the "I'm call 911 for everything". Yoe are weak and have the IQ of a 2 year old dog. Nobody cares about you opinion because you really never present one. Bla bla bla is what I hear everytime you post your stupid opinion.
finder

Mansfield, TX

#6 Nov 13, 2009
According to media and the McKinney Police website the Texas Rangers have taken over the investigation. MPD does have the information posted on it's web page. You have to look it up. Right there on the front page.
Justice

Houston, TX

#8 Nov 14, 2009
Justice wrote:
Always one retard in the group. You are recognized as the "I'm call 911 for everything". Yoe are weak and have the IQ of a 2 year old dog. Nobody cares about you opinion because you really never present one. Bla bla bla is what I hear everytime you post your stupid opinion.
Talking to yourself again Justice?

Aren't those voices in your pea sized brain annoying?

You do have to agree with yourself though, don't you?

Must drive you nuts having to debate with yourself only to conclude that you once again agree with yourself after all.

(And dear, your fake mis-spellings don't even fool yourself - do they, yourself? But as you've told yourself before, you're not very smart and you know you agree with you on your point.)
Justice

Houston, TX

#9 Nov 14, 2009
Fact18 wrote:
God Bless all law enforcement
No. Try this instead:

"God, Bless and protect all good law enforcement officers."

"God, Damn To The Never Ending Burning Hell Fire all bad law enforcement officers."
goinincircles

United States

#10 Nov 14, 2009
3 of the last 4 posts(all by justice---but maybe not the same justice each time) are the most confusing things i've read on here in awhile. must be an inside joke or i'm clueless.....maybe both. i'm not even certain that it's being implied that the swat shouldn't have shot the guy but more that the reporter sucks. is that correct? if swat was called out i suspect someone needed to end up shot. if swat is ever called out on me i'm guessing i need shot too. very rarely is swat called out to handle up on choir boys,honor roll students,and nuns. i really don't need to know all the facts to say good job to mckinney swat. they were called out to a threat,the threat is no longer a danger to me or anyone i care about and doesn't appear that they ever will be again so kudos to them. i prefer that all people that are thieves,deranged,career criminals,etc. see their judgement day as quickly as possible so i don't ever have to encounter them.
Justice

Houston, TX

#11 Nov 14, 2009
goinincircles wrote:
3 of the last 4 posts(all by justice---but maybe not the same justice each time) are the most confusing things i've read on here in awhile. must be an inside joke or i'm clueless.....maybe both.
You are correct.

You are clueless.

Nobody cares about you opinion because you really never present one. Bla bla bla is what I hear everytime you post your stupid opinion.

And your post is as stupid as you are.
goinincircles

United States

#12 Nov 14, 2009
Justice wrote:
<quoted text>
You are correct.
You are clueless.
Nobody cares about you opinion because you really never present one. Bla bla bla is what I hear everytime you post your stupid opinion.
And your post is as stupid as you are.
yes.....obviously no one can be as intelligent as you are. you are are clearly not of this earth.....truly from some place with much more advanced knowledge than us common folk. i shall worship you and your greatness.
McKinneyConnecti on

Frisco, TX

#13 Nov 14, 2009
goinincircles wrote:
3 of the last 4 posts(all by justice---but maybe not the same justice each time) are the most confusing things i've read on here in awhile. must be an inside joke or i'm clueless.....maybe both. i'm not even certain that it's being implied that the swat shouldn't have shot the guy but more that the reporter sucks. is that correct? if swat was called out i suspect someone needed to end up shot. if swat is ever called out on me i'm guessing i need shot too. very rarely is swat called out to handle up on choir boys,honor roll students,and nuns. i really don't need to know all the facts to say good job to mckinney swat. they were called out to a threat,the threat is no longer a danger to me or anyone i care about and doesn't appear that they ever will be again so kudos to them. i prefer that all people that are thieves,deranged,career criminals,etc. see their judgement day as quickly as possible so i don't ever have to encounter them.
Don't worry about it, you just had a brief online run-in with the town whacko. McKinney is a great place to live if you are a law abiding citizen.

Topix is a great site for crybabies who can't post on other sites that require registration. Try Mckinneyconnection.com for intelligent conversation about McKinney.
finder

Sunnyvale, TX

#14 Nov 15, 2009
You mean the person who wont even post their name. At least justice is correct. I believe he is writting in words you can understand.. Good job SWAT.
goinincircles

United States

#15 Nov 15, 2009
McKinneyConnection wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't worry about it, you just had a brief online run-in with the town whacko. McKinney is a great place to live if you are a law abiding citizen.
Topix is a great site for crybabies who can't post on other sites that require registration. Try Mckinneyconnection.com for intelligent conversation about McKinney.
No harm. I actually find people like "justice" amusing and intriguing. I haven't figured out yet if he/she is somone who feels like they've been kept down by "the man" and every encounter they've had with the law was through no fault of their own in their mind or if they are actually a junior high kid who just likes being an idiot on the computer to see if they can get a rise out of someone. I'm leaning towards the latter but am not 100% sure yet. I guess if the next post is asking to meet them behind the playground after school to settle this once and for all,I'll have my answer. Hopefully there will actually be something intelligent and witty that will keep me guessing even longer. Come on "justice",you can do it.
Justice

Houston, TX

#16 Nov 15, 2009
finder wrote:
You mean the person who wont even post their name. At least justice is correct. I believe he is writting in words you can understand.. Good job SWAT.
Is "finder" your first or you last name? LOL !

But thank you anyway for agreeing with all my posts.
natabee

Plano, TX

#17 Nov 21, 2009
for all of you who say thanks swat and all that b.s and especially for fact 18 go shove it where the sun dont shine.
jeremy wasnt a bad person. you didnt know him. they forget to mention other things in their reports.
they were supposed to take him in and get him into rehab. not kill him. and they heard a shotgun being racked??!! shouldnt they have taken that in for evidence.
i think so
so for all of you people who believe your perfect or think if you have some issues or have had some problems in the past youra criminal. you have no heart n no understanding.
Losser

Frisco, TX

#18 Nov 22, 2009
Yea he sounds like a bad man but just cauz he was a bad man dont mean his a bad man, jus needen rehab so shoven it retards. Stoopard mckinny sqat team.
Happy go Lucky

Mckinney, TX

#19 Nov 22, 2009
Good jog Mckinney Swat. Another true scum bag takin off the streets. Job well done
okayyy

Wylie, TX

#20 Nov 23, 2009
did you know this man or are you just an ass?
for whoever

Mckinney, TX

#21 Dec 5, 2009
natabee wrote:
for all of you who say thanks swat and all that b.s and especially for fact 18 go shove it where the sun dont shine.
jeremy wasnt a bad person. you didnt know him. they forget to mention other things in their reports.
they were supposed to take him in and get him into rehab. not kill him. and they heard a shotgun being racked??!! shouldnt they have taken that in for evidence.
i think so
so for all of you people who believe your perfect or think if you have some issues or have had some problems in the past youra criminal. you have no heart n no understanding.
It's a little hard to take someone to rehab when they are pointing a shotgun directly at you! Everyone makes choices in their lives and unfortunately, he made one he can't take back. It sucks for everyone involved, then end.

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