Murder suspect pulls knife on Ohio cop, pleads for officer to kill him
The gripping footage captures the moment a man, who is reportedly wanted on charges of homicide in Baltimore, attempts to stab a cop. The man then gets shot by the cop, and proceeds to beg the officer to finish him off.
CINCINNATI — Intense body cam footage from a police officer in Ohio has been released of a near-deadly incident that took place along Interstate 75 on March 29. The footage captures the moment a man reportedly wanted for homicide attempts to stab a cop, gets shot by the cop, and then begs the cop to finish him off.
Javier Pablo Aleman was wanted in Baltimore after allegedly stabbing and killing his roommate, 51-year-old Victor Adolfo Serrano, on March 17. The cop wearing the bodycam sure doesn't have a clue who he's talking to, but he seems to know something's not quite right. When questioned, Aleman tells the officer he just got off the bus from Dayton, Ohio, and is waiting for someone to come pick him up.
Aleman says he has no ID on him. When asked for a name, the shady-looking character stutters, then says his name is Carlos. Officer Josh Hilling doesn't quite buy it, and lets him know he's going to have to subject him to a routine pat down, to make sure he's got no weapons on him. Unfortunately, Aleman does indeed have a weapon on him, and decides to pull out an eight-inch knife. Aleman threatens Officer Hilling with the knife, apparently not very interested in getting busted.
Reacting to the weapon, Officer Hilling shoots Aleman in the abdomen, but that doesn't stop him. Brandishing the knife, Aleman repeatedly asks the cop to kill him. Officer Hilling instead continues to plead with him, asking Aleman to please drop the blade. Though faced with an aggressive crook wielding a deadly weapon, Hilling resists pulling the trigger again, hoping to calm the man down. Hilling's backup finally arrives, and after several minutes of heated negotiations, Aleman gives himself up and allows the officers to arrest him.
The incident took place on March 29, and Aleman has been in hospital recovering from his lone gunshot wound ever since.
Murder suspect Javier Pablo Aleman was stopped by Glendale police officer Josh Hilling on the side of highway. Aleman provided a fake name, and when the officer decided to search him, Aleman pulled out an eight-inch knife. YOUTUBE / POLICEACTIVITY
Officer Hilling instinctively shot Aleman, but the suspect did not calm down. Instead, Aleman pleaded with the cop to end his life, screaming, "Kill me! Kill me!" YOUTUBE / POLICEACTIVITY
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