90 Miles From Tyranny : Good Samaritan With A Gun Comes To The Aid Of Utah Police Officer Under Attack

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Good Samaritan With A Gun Comes To The Aid Of Utah Police Officer Under Attack

A good Samaritan with a concealed firearm stopped and helped a Utah police officer who was being beaten in the street. It all started Friday when the officer saw a man pulling clothing out of a donation bin and asked him to get out. From Fox 13:

Just before 2 p.m., an officer spotted a pair of feet dangling from a Tabitha’s Way donation bin along Main Street in Springville. He pulled over and asked the person to get out of the bin.

That person was Paul Douglas Anderson. Anderson eventually got out of the bin, leaving clothes and shoes on the ground, but he kept his hands in his pockets.

Springville Police said that officer asked Anderson multiple times to remove his hands from his pockets, for fear he had a weapon. When Anderson finally removed his hands, he used them to punch the officer in the face.

Derek Meyer happened to be driving by at that moment and saw the lone officer under attack. He made a quick U-turn, got out of his car and pulled his concealed weapon:

He told Fox 13 he got out of his car, drew his weapon and pointed it at Anderson, yelling at him to get off the officer and stop assaulting him.

Meyer said when Anderson saw the gun, he...Read More HERE

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