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Suspect in Des Moines police officer shootings had history of racist incidents

by www.latimes.com

Officials have captured an Iowa man who is suspected of ambushing and killing two Des Moines-area police officers in separate shootings early Wednesday morning. Officials have not given a possible motive for the attack.

Scott Michael Greene, 46, was detained without incident on a rural road after...


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