Shocking video shows Police ‘FIRING BACK’ at alleged ECU shooting suspect

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Police in North Carolina have taken a man into custody after he allegedly shot a college employee as their confrontation with the suspect was all caught on video.

What Happened?

Greenville police officers said the alleged gunman — identified as 38-year-old Savell Hightower — was taken into custody after they say he shot an East Carolina University employee outside a local elementary school in what they’re currently calling an unprovoked attack.

Statement From Police

Police say the alleged victim encountered a man on a bike before that man apparently fired at him at least five times. The 27-year-old ECU employee sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Fast-forward a bit, and cop cars flying down the street apparently drew the attention of a local citizen who started to film through his windows as a man calmly rode by the house on a bike.

At The Scene

It appears he caught the moment two police cars pulled up with officers hopping out, guns drawn and pointed at the man on the bike. It looks like the cops open fire though it’s unclear from the video if the man is firing back — though police say he did fire at officers.

Somehow, the suspect was reportedly uninjured, and cops say they managed to get him into custody without further incident.

Hightower is reportedly booked on multiple charges, including attempted murder counts, assault with a deadly weapon, and possession of a stolen firearm.

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