KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — Police managed to rescue a 6-year-old when her father used her as a protect after firing at officers Sunday evening.
On Monday, the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Workplace charged 37-year-old Willie T. Wren with three counts of assault on a regulation enforcement officer, two counts of armed prison motion, and one rely every of illegal possession of a firearm and illegal use of a firearm.
Officers had been referred to as about 9:30 p.m. to the 3300 block of East 60th Avenue a couple of man dragging his youngster backwards and forwards down the road as she screamed for assist.
A neighbor instructed KCTV5 and police that the 6-year-old who lives on the dwelling was outdoors yelling “assist us” and twice dragged again inside by her father, recognized as Wren. Two different witnesses gave related statements to police.
In accordance with a police assertion filed in assist of the costs, “Upon arrival, officers noticed a path of obvious blood on the entrance porch resulting in the entrance door. Officers tried to knock on the entrance door, and the entrance door opened. Officers noticed extra obvious blood contained in the residence. Officers then entered the residence to test for potential victims. After asserting themselves as police, officers heard a bit lady yell for assist.”
The cries had been coming from upstairs. Courtroom paperwork say police received to the highest of the steps when Wren appeared in a doorway with a gun. Police fired a taser at him, took cowl round a nook as he fired a gunshot of their path, then went again for the lady to search out Wren holding her up like a human protect, in accordance with police statements. Officers tried to seize his arms and when he fought them off, these statements point out, it despatched him, his daughter and officers tumbling down the steps.
One officer sustained accidents to his elbow and tailbone throughout the fall.
At one level, the charging paperwork say, Wren leaned out a damaged second story window and pointed a gun at an officer beneath.
In accordance with charging paperwork, “After being taken into custody, Wren was transported to Analysis Medical Heart by ambulance for a medical analysis and therapy for potential unlawful narcotic use. Whereas on the hospital, Wren spontaneously uttered that he was not attempting to shoot officers, he was attempting to shoot his neighbor.”
Police later formally questioned Wren. They are saying he denied dragging his daughter and instructed police when he fired at them, he thought they had been intruders. He instructed them he fired a warning shot down the steps and that as quickly as he heard police radios, he put his fingers up and received on the bottom.
It’s unclear whose blood was on the porch and front room flooring. Courtroom paperwork point out a DNA pattern was taken from the kid. They make no point out of seen accidents to her. A police spokesman on Monday mentioned she didn’t seem like damage.
The cost of illegal possession of a firearm stems from Wren having three felony convictions for possession of an unlawful substance.