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8/27/14 16:4530-Aug-12NY - New YorkNassauPoint LookoutKurt Doerbecker23MaleWhiteNot of Hispanic or Latino origin3KilledArmedKnife or cutting instrumentAt 11:55 p.m., the police received another 911 call for a possible burglary on Lynbrook Drive. Allison Donnelly, 42, called the police after confronting an intruder — who was wearing a scarf over his face and holding some sort of weapon — on the first floor of the home she shares with three children and her mother, she said. The police said the intruder was Mr. Doerbecker. Ms. Donnelly’s house is across the street from the Doerbeckers’. The intruder fled out the front door when she yelled, she said. Officers connected the investigative dots and soon went to the Doerbeckers’, where they tried but failed to have Kurt Doerbecker come out after speaking with him and his father, Lieutenant Smith said. At that point, police officers took up positions around the house, Lieutenant Smith said. At least 20 officers initially responded, he said. Three of them were on the north side of the home when they saw a man exit through a ground-floor window. One officer was ultimately “forced to fire,â€ù the police said. An autopsy on Mr. Doerbecker conducted on Tuesday showed that a single bullet hit him in the head, according to a law enforcement official, though the precise entry point was not immediately clear. The officer fired at least three shots, the official said.http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/31/nyregion/long-island-man-dies-in-nassau-county-police-shooting.htmlYes38/30/111Nassau NY - New York2012
Timestamp8/27/14 16:45
Date Searched30-Aug-12
StateNY - New York
CountyNassau
CityPoint Lookout
Victim NameKurt Doerbecker
Victim's Age23
Victim's GenderMale
RaceWhite
Hispanic or Latino OriginNot of Hispanic or Latino origin
Shots Fired3
Hit or Killed?Killed
Armed or Unarmed?Armed
WeaponKnife or cutting instrument
SummaryAt 11:55 p.m., the police received another 911 call for a possible burglary on Lynbrook Drive. Allison Donnelly, 42, called the police after confronting an intruder — who was wearing a scarf over his face and holding some sort of weapon — on the first floor of the home she shares with three children and her mother, she said. The police said the intruder was Mr. Doerbecker. Ms. Donnelly’s house is across the street from the Doerbeckers’. The intruder fled out the front door when she yelled, she said. Officers connected the investigative dots and soon went to the Doerbeckers’, where they tried but failed to have Kurt Doerbecker come out after speaking with him and his father, Lieutenant Smith said. At that point, police officers took up positions around the house, Lieutenant Smith said. At least 20 officers initially responded, he said. Three of them were on the north side of the home when they saw a man exit through a ground-floor window. One officer was ultimately “forced to fire,â€ù the police said. An autopsy on Mr. Doerbecker conducted on Tuesday showed that a single bullet hit him in the head, according to a law enforcement official, though the precise entry point was not immediately clear. The officer fired at least three shots, the official said.
Source Linkhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/31/nyregion/long-island-man-dies-in-nassau-county-police-shooting.html
ShootingsYes
Was the Shooting Justified?3
Date of Incident8/30/11
Results Page Number1
County StateNassau NY - New York
Year2012