Abilene officer murdered at home in planned, coordinated attack by ‘multiple parties’

Posted by on Sep 02, 2015 at 8:44 am

Yet another officer has been killed this week in what is being described as having been planned by multiple parties to kill an Abilene police officer in his home.  The slain officer has been identified as Don Allen by the chief of police.  According to a local news source, Big Country Homepage, a search warrant for cell tower information included the following:

This ruling isn’t official, but a direct quote from the documents reads, “communication occurred between multiple parties to plan and carry out the murder. [The officer filing the warrant] believes cell towers within the ten mile radius will have captured transaction between the suspects who were involved in this murder.

Little information has been made available to the public at this point, but it has been released that the FBI, Texas DPS, Texas Rangers and other agencies have joined in the investigation. Authorities have said this was not a random targeting of a police officer.

“His family is heartbroken, as is our police family,” said an Abilene police spokesman according to WFAA.

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2 Responses to “Abilene officer murdered at home in planned, coordinated attack by ‘multiple parties’”

  1. Police Lives Matter on 2/02/15 at 5:42 pm

    There was another attack on police in the people’s republic of Massachusetts. The cruiser is crashed and the officer is ok.
    A pick up pulled up alongside and opened fire.