Shawn Myers, 36, from Wylie, Texas, on 17 March 2021
- Shawn Myers
DetailsPolice received a report of a Ford pickup that had crash around 2:30 a.m. at a CVS. A Wylie officer was in the process of making an unrelated traffic stop at the CVS when a call came in about a report of a vehicle crash into a building. The officer responded to the crash and saw the body of a woman who had been seriously injured lying on the ground near the crash. A man, later identified as Shawn Myers, was also lying on the ground with a rifle. The officer ordered the man to disarm, and then shot and killed him.
Primary Evidence & Links
- Shawn Myers
- Race unspecified
- 750 FM 544
- 750 FM 544 Wylie TX 75098 Collin
- Wylie Police Department
- Pending investigation
Source ID: 29831 - Fatal Encounters
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- Washington Post -Shawn Myers, 36, from Wylie, Texas - shot on 17 March 2021
- Mapping Police Violence -Shawn Myers, 36, from Wylie, Texas, on 17 March 2021
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