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Officer Mitchell Rennick ...
Officer Mitchell Rennick arrived on the scene to find witnesses saying the vehicle had turned onto Courtright Avenue, according to a police affidavit.
The officer turned onto West Hollenback Avenue, lights and siren blaring, and then southbound on North Main Street.
Rennick saw a maroon Lincoln Navigator with heavy damage to the left rear, with the bumper dragging behind on the pavement, turn from Courtright to Main, according to the affidavit.
The officer pulled in front of it, and the vehicle stopped.
got out of his
cruiser and approached the driver, who was already getting out of the SUV, and ordered him to turn over the key and to get back inside, the affidavit says.
ordered Jean-Louis out of the vehicle and tried to get his wrists to detain him when Jean-Louis pulled away and began running down Main and onto Courtright, police said.
continued the chase on McGowan, a man pulled up and told him he
would help the search.
Moments later, Rennick
heard someone yelling, "Don't move!
Get down on the ground!
When Officer Mitch Rennick ...
When Officer Mitch Rennick arrived, he saw the door was ajar and checked the building.
No suspects were located.
Matt Stash, Officer Mitchell ...
Matt Stash, Officer Mitchell Rennick and Luzerne County Deputy Sheriff Courtney Staley as involved in the shooting.
Matt Stash and officer Mitchell ...
Matt Stash and officer Mitchell Rennick, and deputy sheriff Courtney Staley were involved in the shooting.
Officers Mitch Rennick and ...
Officers Mitch Rennick and Dana Cope found Michael F. Sullivan, 46, of Joanne Lane, White Haven, inside a silver GMC Yukon outside the residence.
Instead of brandishing a weapon, Sullivan allegedly hit the gas pedal, dragging Rennick
and Cope several feet, according to Wilkes-Barre police Lt.
The cruisers were damaged, and Rodriguez and Rennick
suffered minor injuries, Olshefski said.