BREAKING: Texas Tech University Police Officer Gunned Down At Police Station – Killer At large

Suspect Hollis Daniels is on the loose after allegedly murdering a Texas Tech University police officer.

Suspect Hollis Daniels is on the loose after allegedly murdering a Texas Tech University police officer.

Texas Tech Officer Murdered

Lubbock, TX – A Texas Tech University police officer has been fatally shot on Monday night, October 9.

Texas Tech University spokesman Jonathan Seaborn told CNN that the officer was fatally shot at the police station in Lubbock, according to CNN.

He said that the shooter was still at large, and that the university was on lockdown.

The university sent out a Facebook alert on Monday night that said:

“This is an emergency notification from Texas Tech University. A shooting has been reported at the Texas Tech Police Department. At this time, the shooter is still at large. The campus is on lockdown. Take shelter in a safe location.”

It is believed that the shooter was a student. Police have released a photo of suspect Hollis Daniels who is still on the loose.

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If anybody spots the suspect, please do not approach and call 911 immediately.

UPDATE: The suspect is in custody. The university sent this message out: ALL-CLEAR: The suspect has been apprehended. Lockdown lifted on campus. Avoid TTUPD, north side of campus.

Please pray for the family of this murdered hero.

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  • jennifer 0.2

    I dont want to bash anybody so lets look at the facts.

    1) Drug use observed on a welfare check.
    2) Arrested By campus police & take to station for debriefing.

    Remember the video of the White boy beating a cop & chasing him like a bitc# a few days back, keep that in mind.

    3) “Suspect” pulls a gun out of a officer, & shoots a officer in the head at the station.
    4) “Suspect” flees the station & is still at large.

    Why do you think the officers were so lax with the “Suspect”???

    • Roger Culver

      Afraid of being sued

    • AuteursRevenge

      Whiteness. It’s like fucking insulation.

      • Jonas Blane ll

        You see how LEO isn’t offering condolences to the cop killed by this white cop killer Hollis Daniels?
        You see how LEO is now saying this shouldn’t be turned into a race issue now that the cop killer is white?
        Which is very telling because LEO has no problem pointing out BLM,black criminals and what black people do.

    • Highest common denominator

      White guy. He didn’t “fit the profile”,which makes no sense nowadays because white men are increasingly becoming the profile.

      • LEO

        You know so little about policing yet you try to come across like the voice of authority. Seriously, find a new hobby.

        • Highest common denominator

          You don’t need to know about policing to know who a threat is. And how much do you know about policing? You’re not even a cop.

          • LEO

            “You don’t need to know about policing to know who a threat is” That sounds like you support profiling. Now go back to pretending you’re a Navy Seal.

          • Highest common denominator

            I’ve never pretended that, you’re being hyperbolic.

            And you agree with profiling everyone else not white, so why would it be a stretch for me to profile every guy who looks like his name is Spencer?

          • LEO

            You didn’t need to insert a comma between “that” and “you’re.

          • Highest common denominator

            It’s two phrases. I never pretended that [“that” refers to pretending to be a seal], and you’re being hyperbolic.

            Police education, shining through once again.

          • LEO

            If that’s the case it sounds like two separate sentences in which case a colon would be appropriate. In any event it’s poorly written.

            “Police education, shining through once again” I thought you said I wasn’t a police officer? Try to be consistent.

          • Highest common denominator

            Semi-colon if you want to get technical.

            You’re dumb. Stop playing this game with me. Also, stop deflecting.

          • LEO

            I’m dumb but you’re the one who doesn’t have an understanding of basic grammar. Lol!

      • Jonas Blane ll

        They have always been the profile. It’s just that “pro police people” as well as the liberal and conservative media have pushed a lie. That lie being only black men are engaging a war on cops . Even though guys who look like Hollis Daniels are the biggest cop killers ,the focus is on a Shannon Miles or a Markeith Lloyd.

    • LEO

      It’s very possible he was searched and they missed the gun. I have personally seen it happen. To try to turn this tragedy into a race issue makes you look like the racist in my opinion.

      • Jonas Blane ll

        You do it all the time when it’s a black person involved.

        • LEO

          I challenge you to provide me with an example.

          • Jonas Blane ll

            Here are just a few of your comments referencing a black person’s race:

            LEO Highest common denominator • 2 days ago
            When a gift of a watermelon becomes a racist symbol to the black race you all can no longer be taken seriously. You’re as bad as the liberal snowflakes who are offended by damn near everything

            LEO Jonas Blane ll • 2 days ago
            As someone else noted, this is why it’s difficult to take black people seriously. You all are too easily offended. You’re almost as bad as democrats.

            There are more.

          • LEO

            And where exactly is the racism in those comments? Stop being such a cry baby….

    • Jonas Blane ll

      You mean the white boy people here are trying to say isn’t white ,correct ?

  • KEYSTONELIGHT

    Prayers for the Officer, The Officers Family, Friends and His Fellow Officers……These kind of incidents have been out of control for some time now…Let the Police get back to being The Police and the hell with all these bleeding heart liberals, ignorant duumacrats and this P/C B/S..It needs to STOP NOW…………….Maybe this maggot will try to shoot it out with the Police and justice will be swiftly served………………Blue Live Matter…!

    • ProUSAProGOD

      Amen.

      • KEYSTONELIGHT

        ☺ !

    • Gary Cole

      Well said! Cops seem to have both arms tied behind their backs these days. Respect from the UK.

      • KEYSTONELIGHT

        Well Thank You Sir….Respects from The Good Ole USA…..☺.!

  • Jonas Blane ll

    RIP Officer.
    5th cop killed. Their killers have one thing in common.

  • NewWest 123

    RIP Sir… We send our prayers to the family and friends 🙏🏻

    If the story is correct where he was brought in to the Police station, pulled a gun, and shot, why did no one search him before bringing him in?
    I hope it turns out differently…

    • Highest common denominator

      You know why they didn’t treat him like your average perp.

      • LEO

        Just like most liberals you never let a good crisis go to waste in order to push your agenda.

        • Highest common denominator

          That’s a diversionary tactic. This thug shot a cop in the face and was captured alive. Even fake police like you should be asking why he was treated so kindly.

          • LEO

            Did you want the police to execute the man? Isn’t that what your kind is fighting against? I haven’t seen any video of the arrest but I read they tackled the man and placed him under arrest. If he didn’t pull a gun then there would be no reason to kill him, right? OR is that what you secretly prefer from our police? Do you want them to be judge and executioner?

          • Highest common denominator

            “my kind” is fighting against unjust killings, cracker-ass cracker. This thug getting shot AFTER shooting a cop in a police station would be understandable. If a tackle is effective here against an armed thug, why wouldn’t a tackle be appropriate for an unarmed individual?

            You won’t answer, because you don’t have an answer that doesn’t make you look like a cracker-ass cracker.

          • LEO

            You sound upset. Calm down and chill for a moment. First of all, if he didn’t display a gun when the officers arrested him there would be no need for them to shoot the guy, right? It doesn’t matter that he had killed someone prior to the arrest. The officers have to use the appropriate amount of force that is needed at the time of arrest, not for something that happened earlier. See that’s the difference between a civilized person such as a law enforcement officer and a person with no regard for life like YOU! Now you can go back to your racist rant if you like.

          • Highest common denominator

            So philando castille was an unjustified shooting to you. As was Tamir Rice. Eric garner?

            None of those individuals brandished a firearm and they’re dead. According to your logic, you agree those are unjustified killings, right?

          • LEO

            Castile told the officer he had a gun and despite numerous warnings from the officer not to reach for the gun, Castile did so anyway. Rice was in possession of a toy gun that had the orange markings removed to make it look real. He brandished the weapon and pointed it people prompting a call to the police. The DA reviewed the case and decided the officers did nothing wrong. In the Garner case he was given ample opportunity to comply with the arrest but instead decided to take a stance against the officers. He died as a result of being morbidly obese and his heart exploded from the exertion. Each case you cited had a different set of circumstances that led to the officers having to use force. So no, according to the law those cases were justified.

          • Highest common denominator

            Officer yanez stated under oath he never saw castille pull a weapon. Which means he lied in his report, and he shot someone without seeing a weapon.

            Tamir Rice may or may not have been pointing a toy gun at people. According to your argument, he shouldn’t have been shot though, because when the cops rolled up he was sitting on a bench with the gun not in his hands. Clearly seen in the video. If he didn’t have the gun in his hands, why was he shot, according to your logic?

            Garner was overweight and had asthma, and repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe. Why would you continue to apply a chokehold on someone no longer resisting and saying they couldn’t breathe, especially with numerous other cops to back you up?

          • LEO

            Those cases are history and non of the officers were found to have done anything wrong.

          • Highest common denominator

            I’m not asking what the courts said. I’m asking if you believe your own logic and that they died under justifiable circumstances.

            Did they? Remember, use the logic you used earlier, if you have any faith in what you said.

            EDIT: in case you forgot what you said: “It doesn’t matter that he had killed someone prior to the arrest. The officers have to use the appropriate amount of force that is needed at the time of arrest, not for something that happened earlier.”

          • LEO

            I have total faith in what I said earlier. The three cases you cited are totally different and you can’t lump them together. A police officer has to make a split second decision as to whether to use deadly force. You have to examine all the facts before deciding if the use of force was appropriate.

            When I consider the cases you brought up, there are only two where deadly force was used. The officer did not use lethal force in the Garner case. He used the force necessary to get the big man under arrest. The blame for what happened falls on Garner. He was given the opportunity to surrender peacefully but did not.

            In the Rice case the only thing I could criticize the officers for was their tactical responses. The officers thought that Rice would run when they approached and that was their reason for driving right up to where Rice was standing. In most cases, they would have been right. But poor tactics according to the law is not enough to convict an officer.

            In the Castile case the only other thing the officer could have done was to retreat back to his patrol car. But officers are under no obligation to retreat according to the law. In my mind the officer never should have been arrested. He didn’t know Castile was licensed to carry a gun because that was never told to him. All CCW holder are taught to notify the officer of their status and should make no sudden moves. If Castile had said, “officer, I am a concealed weapon holder and I have a gun while keeping his hands on the steering wheel, he would be alive today.

          • Highest common denominator

            alright, let’s concentrate on Rice and Castile, then. You’re still tapdancing.

            You said “The officers have to use the appropriate amount of force that is needed at the time of arrest, not for something that happened earlier.”

            for Rice’s case, why was he shot? them rolling up on him didn’t kill him. hopping out the car and shooting with no warning did. by your above statement, why was shooting without warning an appropriate amount of force? couldn’t the cops have talked through him through the PA system, or if they felt they had to be physical, tackle him like the white cop-killer got tackled?

            for Castile, why was he shot? Officer Yanez never saw a gun. How is shooting someone that doesn’t have a weapon pointed toward you an appropriate amount of force?

            in neither of those cases was anyone shot, much less an officer, and much more less inside a police station. if you believe someone shouldn’t be shot for what they did prior, why did Rice or Castile get shot, and the white cop killer didn’t get shot?

          • LEO

            A police officer doesn’t have to wait to be shot before taking action. A warning is frequently given but not required. Rice was thought to be armed and tackling someone who you know to be armed is not the right tactic. As I said before their tactics driving up to the suspect was not the best course of action but tactics can’t be used against an officer when deciding if the shooting was appropriate. Of the cases you cited that is the only one I would question. I don’t have all the facts to make a judgement but the DA did and he decided not to prosecute.

            In Castile’s case he continued to reach for the gun after being told many times not to. The officer doesn’t have to wait until the gun is pointed at him before using deadly force.

          • Highest common denominator

            so the officers that tackled the white guy employed the wrong tactic? Their other option would have been to shoot, but I thought you said earlier that shooting him would have shown no regard for life?

            and you say Rice was ‘thought’ to be armed, but tackling someone you ‘know’ to be armed is incorrect. but he wasn’t known to be armed, he was sitting on a bench not even holding his toy gun.

            again, you keep bringing up the courts. I’m not asking about the courts, i’m asking you to stick to your argument. If tackling the armed white kid was wrong, why didn’t they shoot him? and if shooting the unarmed black kid was right, why couldn’t they have tackled him?

            If you forgot what you said earlier, here it is: ” If he didn’t pull a gun then there would be no reason to kill him, right? OR is that what you secretly prefer from our police? Do you want them to be judge and executioner?”

          • LEO

            I don’t know if tackling the shooter was the right or wrong tactic because I haven’t seen any video of the arrest. What I do know is that you must feel threatened to use deadly force. In this case if the suspect was running from the officers and no gun was observed I would not have shot him. Every officer put into that situation must make the call based on their perception as to what is going on. You’re trying to make it a black and white issue and it’s not that simple. Each officer has to justify their actions to a grand jury. If they’re wrong, then they will find themselves in court.

            There are two defining cases. In Tennessee vs. Garner in 1985, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that an officer cannot use deadly force against a fleeing suspect unless the suspect is a significant threat to the officer or to others.

            Four years later, the Supreme Court ruled in Graham vs. Connor that officers who use force must be judged on the totality of circumstances and a standard of “objective reasonableness.”

            Force “must be judged from the perspective of a reasonable officer on the scene, rather than with the 20/20 vision of hindsight,” the court said.

            A gun on a suspect may heighten the officer’s alert for signs the person is reaching for the firearm. Responding to a threat often involves immediate decisions. But the justification for using force depends on the complete circumstances of the situation and the Graham decision’s reasonableness standard

          • Highest common denominator

            “you must feel threatened to use deadly force.”

            what was threatening about Tamir Rice, in your opinion? Since you need video to determine, it’s open and available to the public. From what you see in the video, was the officer in any kind of harm?

          • Jonas Blane ll

            This back and forth you’re having with LEO continues to show the excuses that white criminals are given by “pro police”people.

          • LEO

            I excuse no person white or black when they commit a crime. If you look at the nationwide stats on police shootings you’ll see that twice as many whites are shot and killed by the police than blacks. I know how you all hate facts but that’s the case.

          • Jonas Blane ll

            Your back and forth with Highest Common Denominator shows you are to willing excuse white criminals. Even cop killers. You gave detailed answers on Tamir Rice. Eric Garner and Philando Castile . Yet when it came to Hollis Daniels it’s ducking and dodging . it’s I haven’t seen the video You’re trying to make it a black and white issue and it’s not that simple ,etc.Or of my favorite excuses If you look at the nationwide stats on police shootings you’ll see that twice as many whites are shot and killed by the police than blacks.

            What you’re doing is not at all surprising to me. I just enjoy seeing you and others display this behavior.

          • LEO

            You’re a moron. The only police shootings that get any attention are ones involving blacks. The liberal media will broadcast the crying mother with claims her little boy was gonna go to college to be a doctor followed by pictures of the deceased in their graduation gown. Shootings of white people rarely get any attention, even though twice as many whites are killed by the police as blacks. The “excuses” I give are factual ones. You, HCD and Jennifer deal with emotions.
            When I said “You’re trying to make it a black and white issue and it’s not that simple” I wasn’t referring to race, idiot.

          • Jonas Blane ll

            So the only police shootings that get any attention are the ones involving blacks you say? I guess we didn’t see the liberal media cover Joseph Harvey, Scout Schultz, Justine Damond,Isaiah Hammett, Jeremy Mardis, Christopher Fry, Dillon Taylor, John Wrana. I could go on and on. What emotion ? Unlike you and a lot of people here I rarely use insults, words of anger and profanity . With all of this between myself,HCD and Jennifer 0.2 not one time did you condemn Hollis Daniels or offer condolences to Officer East. You’re still dodging on this. Whereas there’s no dodging on Rice,Garner, Castile.

          • LEO

            The only name that rings a bell is Justine Damond who was shot and killed by a Somalian officer. The other names mean nothing to me and if they were covered by MSM I didn’t see it. Did you look those names up on google to make your point? The police killed over a thousand people in 2016. You could add a lot of other names to the list and it would still mean nothing to me

            I don’t offer condolences to a dead man. They can’t read my comments so it does absolutely no good.

            I’m not dodging anything. Someone asked me about Rice, Garner and Castile so I responded. BFD

            I too rarely use insults unless the person I’m responding to needs to hear it. You needed to hear it.

            You never use facts to back your contentions. Yes, you have frequent emotional outbursts.

          • Jonas Blane ll

            Answer to the question: No.
            I said there’s no dodging on Rice, Castile and Garner. It’s Hollis Daniels that you are dodging on. Myself and HCD point this out.

          • LEO

            You continue to accuse me of dodging this shooting and I haven’t. I have no use for anyone who kills a police officer and it saddens me that Hollis didn’t try to shoot it out with the officers who were hunting for him. The only thing you and HCD add to the conversation is……..absolutely nothing.

          • LEO

            You need to watch this video. It’s the most factual video of this problem you talk about.
            https://www.prageru.com/courses/race-relations/top-5-issues-facing-black-americans

          • LEO

            Here’s an example of what the police face in every black neighborhood. This is the face of the black race.

            http://lawofficer.com/special-topics/cowards-behind-the-camera/

          • Highest common denominator

            Neither Tamir Rice nor Philando Castile committed a crime though.

          • LEO

            No, they committed acts of stupidity.

          • LEO

            I’m not going to hunt for the video. If you want me to watch it, find a link and post it for me. I will leave you with this to ponder “Force “must be judged from the perspective of a reasonable officer on the scene, rather than with the 20/20 vision of hindsight,” I know I posted it before but do you understand what it means?

          • Highest common denominator
          • LEO

            I watched and the video is so grainy I couldn’t tell if Rice had the gun in his hand or not. Immediately after the shooting the officer called in that shots were fired and described a black man about 20 with a black revolver. That leads me to believe he had the gun in his hand.

          • Jonas Blane ll

            See how he’s making excuses for the white cop killer?

  • Roger Culver

    The boy just shot his entire life away.

    • jennifer 0.2

      Wow, An officer is dead by the use of a dept issue weapon by a suspect who was not secured in hand cuffs, & you have the audacity to think about the career he flushed down the toilet???

      That’s even more cold blooded & insensitive for me.

  • AuteursRevenge

    white on white crime is out of control! WHERE ARE HIS PARENTS????

  • Highest common denominator

    I see his picture and all I hear is “screw you, my dad’s a lawyer” and “i easily beat rape cases.”

    At what point do you consider guys like him dangerous on site? If i were a cop, I’d have to pull my gun on every guy wearing sperrys.

  • LEO

    LMFAO!!!! That’s not the way it works Jenny. You’re the one who leveled the accusation so the burden of proof falls on you.

  • Jonas Blane ll

    Once again we see a white cop killer not being
    subjected to deadly force. Apparently knowing that a fellow cop is killed by a white man, doesn’t make cops”in fear for their lives”like unarmed black people do.

  • M.

    Hey, for future reference. Just block the accounts of “Highest common denominator” and “jennifer 0.2” or ignore them. They’re just trying to waste your time.

    • Highest common denominator

      i think we’re just proving way too smart for a whole lot of you.