A North Carolina man who is accused of the murder of a Missouri officer shot while responding to call: police

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Raw video: Officials hold a press conference on the matter, a police officer shot and killed responding to a bad check complaint at a food market.

A 26-year-old man from North Carolina has been charged with murder for shooting and killing a Missouri officer, who was responding to a call in the Northern part of California. Louis County, on Sunday, the police said on Monday.

Wood Kymbrelle Meeks, 26, is also charged with the criminal action, and unlawful possession of a firearm, and resisting arrest.

Officer Michael Langsdorf, who had been with the North County Police department and the Cooperative for three months, in response to a bad check to report to the food market on a Sunday, and when Meeks shot and killed him, police said.

The police added that Meeks was trying to get the money from a bad check.


North County-the Police, the Cooperative, Large-Ron Martin, who introduced himself as a friend of Langsdorf’s tears, told reporters on Monday he has known the officer for about 20 years.

“Mr. Meeks has been successful in the execution of a performance yesterday, and a good one,” Martin said.

The North County Police department Co-chief, John Buchanan, told reporters that the Langsdorf responded in a Clay-Wellston Food Market, a Restaurant, a 15-minute drive of the Pc. In st. Louis, at about 4:30 a.m. on a Sunday, and about five minutes later, a call came in for “one of our officers down.” Langsdorf, 40, was pronounced dead at a hospital in California. Louis, about 40 minutes later.

Martin told reporters on Monday that if Langsdorf face Meeks in the market, “a struggle ensued between the two of them,” adding that “the entire incident was captured on surveillance video.”

Martin told reporters that he watched the video surveillance and described what he saw and heard.

“At a certain point, Officer, Langsdorf was on the top of Meeks. I don’t know what I’m looking for the video of Mr. Meeks was able to do it, but he was not in a position to pull a gun out of his waistband, strike Officer, Langsdorf, on the side of the head a couple of times, which caused the Officer to Langsdorf are kind of in a state of intoxication, and it loses its grip on Mr. Meeks,” Martin said.

Wood Kymbrelle Meeks
North County-The Police Department’s Cooperative)

“Mr. Meeks has been able to stand up and be the top Officer in Langsdorf as an Officer, Langsdorf was on the floor, face down, on your belly down,” Martin continued.

“Mr. Meeks had a gun in his hand, and aimed the gun at her back, and aimed the gun at the back of the Officer and Langsdorf’s head, and fired a shot,” Martin said, as he got emotional and his fellow-officers, and to hold on to him.

Martin said after Meeks shot Langsdorf is in his neck, Meeks fled on foot, “gun in hand” and to assist officers caught up to him shortly after that.

Martin said that’s when Meeks was arrested he was armed with a handgun, which he used for the murder of Officer Langsdorf.”

North County Police department Cooperative officer, Michael Langsdorf, is shown in an undated photo from the North County, Police co-operation. The officer Langsdorf, was shot and killed on Sunday the 23rd of June, 2019 at the latest, in Wellston, Mo., in the vicinity of the Pc. In st. Louis, as the answer to a bad check complaint at a food market.
North County-The Police Department’s Cooperative)

The officer Langsdorf was 17 years of age prior to police, according to a report in the North County, Police Co-operative Facebook page.

“He was an excellent officer. In his short time with us, he has taken the young officers under his wing and was a mentor and guide them,” Buchanan told reporters on Monday.


He added: “When we first met, he told me a couple of times,” All I wanted to do was be a police officer in the police force. It was really all I knew how to do it.” He also told me that many times.”

“He [Langsdorf] had a lot of police experience. You would have never thought that this kind of police officer would have been in a position like that, but it has happened before,” Martin told reporters on Monday. “There is no such thing as a routine call. This is the danger that our police officers in our community face each and every day.”

He added, “but I can tell you that Mike was a pretty big part of us, even though he was here for a short period of time.”

Martin told reporters that the officials were interviewed, Meeks, and “in the end, he confessed to the murder of Officer Langsdorf.”

“Meeks remains in custody with NO BOND ALLOWED,” according to a post on the North, County Police, Co-operative Facebook page.

Police said Meeks has an extensive criminal record and is a multi-convicted felon in North Carolina.

According to the criminal information obtained by Fox News, Meek’s criminal history includes numerous convictions for the possession or sale of illegal drugs.

“We have never had an officer involved shooting in four years, we have been here we have never had a police officer killed in the line of duty,” Martin said.

“It is very difficult to get to grips with it all,” he added.

Langsdorf, had two children, a fiancé and his parents.

“In the North County, Police are Cooperative and ask that you continue to be with the family, friends, and colleagues from the PO [Police Ofiicer] Langsdorf, in your thoughts and prayers,” in the North County, Police Co-operative Facebook post read.


Buchanan told reporters on Monday that The North County Police department and the Cooperative will be to provide support to the Langsdorf family.

“Our department is going to have to wrap our arms around you and give you support during this difficult time,” said Clyde, taking care of the Langsdorf families.

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