Recent Body camera footage shows a suspect ramming police officer’s vehicle while the officer shoots directly through the windshield. Why the hell didn’t this guy start shooting sooner.


SAND SPRINGS, Okla (KOKH) — The Sand Springs Police Department has released an officer’s body camera footage following a stolen car pursuit last week.

The Sand Springs Police Department says they received a call around 12:15 pm Nov. 6 about a woman stealing a vehicle. Sand Springs Police Department officers responded and began chasing the suspect.

The woman, 41-year-old Stacy Ann Bunsey, pulled into Northwoods Elementary School where officers said she was trying to turn around. A second officer then pulled in behind the suspect, blocking her in.

Sand Springs Master Patrol Officer Matt Stacy indicated that he was initially planning on setting up a tire spike system to disable the suspect vehicle. Approximately three seconds after standing up outside the vehicle the suspect rammed his patrol unit. At this time Stacy drew his weapon and fired two rounds.

The rounds hit the vehicle’s hood and windshield. Bunsey was arrested after being tasered and removed from the vehicle.

Bunsey was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle after prior conviction, eluding a police officer after prior conviction, assault and battery with a deadly weapon on a police officer after prior conviction, driving under the influence of drugs and resisting arrest.


Sand Springs Body Camera FootageDramatic footage shows the moments a suspect in stolen vehicle rams a Sand Springs Police Department officer’s vehicle:

Posted by KOKH FOX 25 News, Oklahoma on Monday, November 9, 2015

*Note: The officer was treated and released for minor injuries.

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