Terrell Walker Runs Over And Opens Fire On Ambulance Crew For Helping His Shooting Victim
Terrell Walker Attempted To Murder People Trying To Help His Victim
Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Crazed domestic violence abuser, Terrell Walker, murdered his girlfriend, and then tried to murder everybody who tried to assist her.
At 5:30 PM Sunday, 48-year-old Terrell Walker shot 30-year-old April Peck several times, threw her out of his car, and drove away. Prior to officers and medics arriving, the critically injured woman was being assisted by bystanders, one being a local physician and the other a 17-year-old EMT trainee.
Walker returned when the ambulance arrived and drove into the crowd of first responders, running over the EMT trainee and doctor, and then shooting the 17-year-old. Walker crashed into the ambulance and reportedly said, “If you help her, I’m going to kill you,” before leaving the scene on foot at United Plaza Boulevard at Essen Lane.
In a news conference, Major Bryan White stated officers obtained information on Terrell Walker from prior reports from city police as well as the Sheriff’s Office. After an intense search, they found Walker near Bluebonnet Boulevard off Interstate 10 at approximately 9 PM. Two deputies confronted the armed suspect and demanded he show his hands. Walker then opened fire, shooting several rounds at deputies. The deputies returned fire and shot Walker. Walker fled into a wooded area and was quickly apprehended.
Terrell Walker died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. The officers were not injured.
April Peck was Walker’s live-in girlfriend and it is unclear what led up to the shooting. She died from her gunshot wounds.
All others hurt in Walker’s rampage were transported to the hospital and are expected to survive their injuries. Daniel Wesley, the 17-year-old, suffered two gunshot wounds and multiple broken bones.
Good job heroes for stopping this mad killer.