Dec. 10, 2004: A nightmarish scene | The Columbus Dispatch
#1 Dec 8, 2009
I do not understand why the killer's mother was not held accountable. It is a felony to place a weapon in the hands of someone you know to be a mental defective, is it not? As far as I'm concerned, Dime's (and all the other victim's) blood is on her hands.
#2 Aug 20, 2012
Niggemeyer had just begun his shift at the 18th precinct, at Karl and Morse roads -- about 2 miles from Alrosa -- when the report of a shooting came in. When he arrived at the club about two minutes later, security workers pointed him to the back door.
At least five other officers came through another door of the club seconds after Niggemeyer fired. Ultimately, about 60 detectives were at the club, many working overtime. They interviewed about 250 witnesses, putting them on three buses provided by COTA.
This is the first time the 31-year-old Niggemeyer, who joined the force in 1999, has shot a suspect. He has a clean record, with many compliments from citizens, said Sgt. Brent Mull, a police spokesman. The division would not release his personnel file yesterday.
Have there been any movies, t.v. specials on this tragedy?
Since: Aug 12
#3 Aug 20, 2012
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