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Greg Duber

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Bedford Police Dept

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www.deccanherald.com

The individual kept coming toward him and he shot him," Bedford Police Chief Greg Duber told WOIO-TV.
Nijjar was a member of the temple but had no religious motivation for his threatening behaviour, he said. A total of five shots were fired, three of which hit him. He was pronounced dead at the Bedford Medical Center. Duber said of the two officers who reached the temple, Nijjar was approaching the one with the gun. "The officer with the gun was confronted -- and surprised -- by a man with a meat cleaver about 10 feet away. He did what he had to do," Duber said.


www.indiapost.com

The individual kept coming toward him and he shot him," Bedford Police Chief Greg Duber told WOIO-TV.
Nijjar was a member of the temple but had no religious motivation for his threatening behavior, he said. A total of five shots were fired, three of which hit him. He was pronounced dead at the Bedford Medical Center. Duber said of the two officers who reached the temple, Nijjar was approaching the one with the gun. "The officer with the gun was confronted - and surprised - by a man with a meat cleaver about 10 feet away. He did what he had to do," Duber said.


www.coshoctontribune.com

In this photo provided by Newsradio WTAM, Bedford Police chief Greg Duber, second from right, arrives with additional investigators to probe a fatal police shooting at Gobind Singh Sikh Temple in Cleveland Thursday. A man entered the Sikh temple in suburban Cleveland early Thursday, raised a meat cleaver near two members preparing for morning prayers, and was shot and killed by police, authorities said.
In this photo provided by Newsradio WTAM, Bedford Police chief Greg Duber, second from right, arrives with additional investigators to probe a fatal police shooting at Gobind Singh Sikh Temple in Cleveland Thursday.


www.financialexpress.com

"The officer yelled, 'Stop, drop the knife, drop the knife,'" Bedford Police Chief Greg Duber told the WOIO-TV.
Najjar was a member of the temple but had no religious motivation for his threatening behavior, Duber said.


www.connectingclevelandoh.com [cached]

Tuesday, March 3, 2009 - Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath, Garfield Hts. Police Chief Thomas Murphy and Bedford Police Chief Gregory Duber today announced the seizure of thirty-three kilos of cocaine as part of a joint CPD - Southeast Area Law Enforcement (S.E.A.L.E.) narcotics trafficking investigation.


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