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POLICE DETECTIVE FACING MURDER CHARGES After KILLING HELPLESS MAN IN COLD BLOOD DURING OFF DUTY ROAD RAGE EXECUTION

POLICE DETECTIVE FACING MURDER CHARGES After KILLING HELPLESS MAN IN COLD BLOOD DURING OFF DUTY ROAD RAGE EXECUTION

A New Jersey police detective who shot and killed a Maryland man during a road rage incident Sunday night is currently facing second degree murder and manslaughter charges.

State police near Annapolis, Maryland, say 40-year-old Joseph Walker, an off duty cop, shot and killed 36-year-old Joesph Harvey with his 45-caliber Glock pistol. An autopsy later revealed that Harvey had been struck three times. According to investigators, Walker, who was in the family minivan with his wife and three small children, followed Harvey until he pulled over.

“Certainly, this appears this is some sort of aggressive behavior gone bad,” Maryland State Police spokeswoman Elena Russo said to CBS New York.

Harvey allegedly exited his vehicle and walked towards Walker’s van in an “agressive” manner before Walker yelled that he was police and shot the man to death.

“I spent 22 years in corrections so I’m not surprised at human behavior so it could happen. It happens to the best of people, happens to the worst of people,” said Ron Brown, neighbor.

Walker was admitted to a local hospital for incident related chest pains before being taken to jail by police.

Walker is currently being held on $1 million bail.

Detective Walker – Maryland State Police/AP

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