Suspected DUI Driver is Shot Dead by Police

Bradley Dean Almy, 34, of Marietta, Georgia, was shot and killed by Sgt. Jason Dove after driving erratically and nearly striking Officer Tim Fecht with his vehicle. On Wednesday night, Bradley had allegedly plowed into several cars at a gas station and on Ashford Dunwoody Road. Sources are reporting that an officer tried to stop Almy and a chase began. Almy did not stop his vehicle and that is when Sgt. Jason Dove fired a shot at Almy, and they say Almy continued to run into cars, and continued onto Perimeter Center East but then ran into a light pole, when his car finally stopped.

Almy was given first aid and he was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, but he later died.

Cobb Sheriff’s Office’s reports show that Almy had been arrested twice before for drunk driving. At the time of his death, Almy was scheduled to appear just a week later for a DUI charge from an arrest in June 2012. There was another arrest in 2007, in which Almy was arrested for DUI.

Sgt. Jason Dove is currently on paid administrative leave.

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled Georgia DUI attorney for legal assistance.

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