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Cop Serving Eviction Notice Kills 12-Year-Old Pennsylvania Girl by Mistake

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 @ 11:01 AM posted by admin
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Police shot and killed a 12-year-old Pennsylvania girl by mistake when a cop’s bullet passed through her father’s arm and struck her, too, authorities confirmed Tuesday.

The girl, identified by relatives as Ciara Meyer, was standing behind her father in the doorway of their home Monday morning in Penn Township when a uniformed state police constable showed up to serve an eviction notice, state police said Tuesday.

Police said the girl’s father, Donald Bartho Meyer Jr., 57, pointed a .223 caliber rifle at Constable Clarke Steele, who fired a single round from his .40 caliber service weapon. The bullet passed through Meyer and struck Ciara, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Meyer was treated at Hershey Medical Center. He was being held without bond pending a preliminary hearing Friday on state charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, making terroristic threats and recklessly endangering another person, according to court records.

Court records show that Meyer owed $1,780.85 in a landlord-tenant dispute.

State Police Trooper Robert T. Hicks told NBC station WGAL of Lancaster that Meyer knew the eviction notice was coming Monday, “so it was no surprise.”

“Unfortunately, the constable was put into a situation where he had to defend himself,” Hicks said. “Unfortunately, that little girl just happened to be behind her father at the time.”

A relative who wouldn’t be identified by name told WGAL on Tuesday that the incident could have been prevented.

“He [the father] was definitely wrong, and it could have been prevented,” WGAL quoted the relative as saying. “We as a family completely blame Don for this.”

A GoFundMe page to raise money for Ciara’s mother and to fund anti-domestic violence programs at the local school district described the little girl “a loving vibrant 12 year old who’s life was cut short far too early.”

“This was a terrible ending to a horrific series of events that could have been prevented,” it said. “Her family and friends will miss her.”

The girl attended classes in the Susquenita School District, Superintendent Kent Smith said Tuesday. He said psychologists and guidance counselors from the school district and from Holy Spirit Hospital in nearby Camp Springs were being made available to help pupils and staff

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2 thoughts on “Cop Serving Eviction Notice Kills 12-Year-Old Pennsylvania Girl by Mistake

  1. Very incriminating headline! While a tragedy, if true, what would you expect the officer to do when a gun is pointed at him? Moaning about misconduct is one thing but being so anti-police that you don’t even recognize their right to defend themselves undercuts your other efforts.

    Stick to true bad conduct and you’re doing a public service but your bias is clouding your judgment when you find fault with everything police do.

    1. Kevin we pride our self as the ONLY Cops accountability site that show both the good and bad. The past 15 stories there are actually more good stories then bad, and you know the media typically only reports the bad stories, so not always easy to find these feel good stories because it doesn’t get the same attention as you know. Divide and conquer is what the media and government want, to be fair I took the story from NBC source and changed the heading snd story, there are many stories we see on cop block etc we REFUSE to post. We only want accountability nothing more nothing less. My latest story I am posting is the Michigan State officer who tasered the 15 year old boy who was on his atv, resulting in his death, now this cop has been sued 3 previous time for misconduct (who is paying that WE ARE) and he still have his freaking job and now he killed a kid? This is disturbing, every complain fell on death ears, and even though he has cost us millions in lawsuit he remains a cop and still has not be criminally charged!!!!!!!!! Only a cop can kill and walk away, most of the time with their job as well. Our goal is TRUE ACCOUNTABILITY, any other job you are fired and faces charges, yet the very men and women we pay to protect and serve are killing others and getting away with it, putting good officers in harms way!!!

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