Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates — who originally pushed a deadly-force policy that stopped police from firing into moving vehicles — amended the policy in May after several terror attacks overseas led to deaths in which vehicles were used as weapons.
Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates — who originally pushed a deadly-force policy that stopped police from firing into moving vehicles — amended the policy in May after several terror attacks overseas led to deaths in which vehicles were used as weapons. WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald File
Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates — who originally pushed a deadly-force policy that stopped police from firing into moving vehicles — amended the policy in May after several terror attacks overseas led to deaths in which vehicles were used as weapons. WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald File

Two cars shot up. Two drivers dead. Here’s why cops can fire into vehicles

October 12, 2017 07:53 AM