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Old 06-02-2020, 11:42 AM
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New York State Police release names of officers struck during protest

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Tuesday, June 2, 1:13 p.m.

In a tweet, New York State Police say the two troopers struck by a vehicle during the protest on Bailey Ave. are Ronald Ensminger Jr. and Randall Shenefiel.

Police say, Ensminger Jr., the more seriously injured, is a 19-year-veteran of the New York State Police while Shenefiel is a 17-year-veteran.

State Police continue to investigate the incident.

State Police are releasing the names of the two members struck by a vehicle in Buffalo Monday. The more seriously injured, Trooper Ronald Ensminger Jr. is a 19-year-veteran of the NYSP. Trooper Randall Shenefiel, is a 17 -year-veteran of the NYSP. The investigation is ongoing.
— NewYorkStatePolice (@nyspolice) June 2, 2020

Tuesday, June 2, 12:54 p.m.

25-year-old Semaj Pigram and 28-year-old Walter Stewart Jr., both of Buffalo, were arraigned on one count of criminal possession of a weapon and one count of criminal possession of stolen property.

Erie County District Attorney John Flynn says investigators allegedly recovered a loaded handgun from inside the vehicle that drove through a blockade of law enforcement on Baliey Avenue and Decker Street Monday night.

Officials tell News 4 the weapon was reported stolen from West Seneca in January.

The female driver of the vehicle remains hospitalized at ECMC.

A City Judge set bail for Pigram at $100,000 and $175,000 for Stewart, who was wanted in unrelated, pending felony cases.

A felony hearing is scheduled for Pigram and Stewart on June 22, at 9:30 a.m.

Both face a maximum of 15 years in prison if convicted on all charges.

ORIGINAL: A Buffalo police officer and a New York State Trooper were struck by an SUV, and another Trooper was run over.

Around 10 p.m. Monday night, the vehicle drove through a line of officers at a protest on Bailey Avenue.

Police say they were trying to clear about 30 people from Bailey Ave. when the SUV rolled through.

The Buffalo officer and the Trooper who were struck by the vehicle were taken to Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) and treated for minor injuries. The Trooper was released from the hospital after suffering a hand/wrist injury.

The Trooper who was run over was also taken to ECMC for a broken leg and shattered pelvis.

Police say the SUV was tracked by a helicopter to Route 33, where it was pulled over.

While taking the driver into custody, officers noticed a gunshot wound. Police later revealed that the driver had been grazed by a Trooper’s bullet.

A female passenger had been shot twice, but it’s unclear if the bullets that struck her came from a police officer’s gun. She’s recovering at ECMC.

The second passenger, a man, was not injured. He and the driver were both charged with possessing stolen property and a stolen firearm. Additional charges may be filed.

#UPDATE: Commissioner Lockwood on this video, which shows our photographer interviewing a man with his back turned, and hands up. “That we will have to look at…to figure out why we rushed him.” pic.twitter.com/YQWiJim85f
— Dave Greber (@DaveGreber4) June 2, 2020



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Trooper Randall A. Shenefiel, Canine Arry named for Sergeant Harry A. Adams, Troop A.

The New York State Police held a graduation ceremony on June 20, 2019, for the 2019 Canine Handler Basic School. The ceremony was held at the New York State Police Academy in Albany. A total of 11 canine teams graduated, including nine from the State Police, one from SUNY Morrisville and one from the Woodbury Police Department.

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Judge allows for conditional release of woman charged with running over state trooper

updated 11:11 AM, Jun 26, 2020

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — A federal judge has allowed for the conditional release of Deyanna Davis, the Buffalo woman facing attempted murder charges for running over a New York State trooper and injuring two other law enforcement officers.

Davis' release from federal custody is dependent on the state release, under which she is being held on $200,000 bail.

Under terms of the release, Davis will be allowed to return to her home in Buffalo with her husband and children. She must wear an electronic ankle monitor, cannot use alcohol or drugs, cannot possess any weapons, and is not allowed to have contact with her co-defendants. She will also only be allowed to leave her home for medical and legal purposes.

Prosecutors have until Tuesday to temporarily block the judge's order, otherwise she will be released.

Surveillance video shows an SUV, driven by Davis, plow into a line of law enforcement officers in riot gear on Bailey Avenue on June 1. Davis was shot by police as prosecutors say she drove away from the scene. When police caught up to her vehicle, they say they found a loaded 9mm stolen handgun in the back seat. Two passengers were also arrested.

Prosecutors say Davis was under the influence of ecstasy and alcohol at the time. Toxicology reports show she had marijuana, cocaine, fentanyl and morphine in her system.

Trooper Ronald Ensminger, Jr. suffered a shattered pelvis and broken leg. After several weeks of rehabilitation, he was recently released from ECMC. Another state trooper and a Buffalo police officer were also injured.

Judge McCarthy said he does not believe the prosecution has proven Davis drove into the officers voluntarily.
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