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One of the TAVs rolled to the approximate location, but left empty handed.
On the ground were two ERT teams in the force's black Tactical Armoured Vehicles, or TAVs. One carried the mixed force ERT Harden One Colorways members; the team in the second vehicle were members from the New Brunswick RCMP ERT.
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The now famous "I'm done" line Bourque issued came a moment later, "when he got to the grass. . It was a desperate plea not to be shot in the face, not the comment of a man walking out because he was finished making his point."
But even so, finding a lone gunman in a woods in the Adidas Energy Boost 2 Size 9
Among the ERT members, there was no celebration.
The officers in it practically thrumming with adrenalin now dismounted and moved in, the dog going in first. They were on what the ERT officer calls "a terrible band of open ground," all these manicured backyards. The suspect was hiding somewhere in the long line of dense woods.
In the wet air that night over the locked down section of the city's northwest were an RCMP helicopter and aircraft, as well as a Transport Canada plane with some of the most sophisticated surveillance equipment in the country. Its camera provides sharp imaging in real time, with anything with a heat signature anything warm, like a person showing up bright white on Adidas High Tops Red Mens
"Square off and have at it."
In the 90 minutes leading up to the arrest, the teams had the sense they were getting closer. They had what the officer says was "a cluster of good leads and sightings."
"Nobody else would do that," the ERT officer says. ERT going in from the highway side (they ran into an obstacle of some sort), the one with the thrown together ERT team moving in from the suburb side.
Emergency response officers enter a residence in Moncton Thursday searching for a suspect who killed three Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers in a shooting Wednesday.
reasons Bourque's arrest was a team effort, not an occasion for individual glory. city police.
The first tip that narrowed down the search area came from a resident in the neighbourhood, who saw the suspect in the trees from a window of his house, and described him to aT to police.
What he would have seen was a small group of heavily armed Emergency Response Team officers standing in the open ground of the manicured back lawns of Mecca Drive, with absolutely no cover, yet ready for the shootout they fully expected. "We know he's there," says the officer, "and there is no way we're letting this go further. This is the moment to end it.
Until Bourque found himself in the ERT lights, the officer says, he appeared to be trying to lure more police into an ambush, just as it appears he had baited a trap to get the original responding officers to the area by walking down Pioneer Avenue in the Ryder Park trailer park in full camouflage, long guns and ammo belt on such brazen display that astonished residents immediately called 911.
"A pair of hands came up," the officer says, "and Justin Bourque called out, 'Don't shoot, don't shoot! I'm coming out!'" And that 's when he dropped his guns.
its grey landscape.
One of the ERT guys the only one, the officer says, who was equipped with night vision goggles flipped them down and looked to his left.
pouring rain of a dark night isn't a piece of cake.
A city of 70,000 or so, "even a city under lockdown," the ERT officer says, "is filled with heat signatures . there are people still moving." Even a deer, resting in the woods, has a heat signature rather like a human being's.
They went back to the detachment, dried their weapons, made notes "and saw a lot of faces in the room that just lost friends."
Arrest team wary of ambush
It was about 20 minutes later that the teams got word from the Transport Canada plane: They had caught sight of Bourque, and down came word that a man walking by the tree line had suddenly "gone prone," or lain down.
The dramatic arrest is a remarkable story of what happens when high tech, an alert citizenry and good old fashioned balls out cops work together.
But in fact, says an officer who was part of the arrest team, Bourque dropped "his guns on the ground" only at the moment he was bathed in the powerful lights coming from the end of the police carbines.
Within the hour, there came a second call from another resident: The man was in his garage when he heard the familiar "click click" of someone turning the handle of the garage door. The man darted back into the house and called police.
He saw an IR (infra red) beam cast by the plane in the general area where Bourque was. He checked again, and sure enough, that's what it was. He pointed out the spot to the team, the officer says, and in the open braced himself and shouted, "Police!" as they all flipped on the big lights at the end of their guns.
"He was walking in a wooded pocket between suburb and highway," the officer says. "He had the guns in hand."
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