Police Officer Attacks His Family Police Arrive and Shoot Wife and Daughter

NASHVILLE, TN – Metro police say a woman and her daughter have been injured in a domestic situation at their Antioch home. It seems likely they were likely shot by police.

Michel Guirguis, 52, is accused of breaking into his family’s home last Tuesday morning and planning to attack his wife and two daughters.

Police said when they arrived at the scene, Guirguis had a gun pointed at his wife. The police felt that she was in imminent danger. Police said because of that, the three officers decided to open fire at Guirguis.

Guirguis, his wife and 10-year-old daughter were all hit in the crossfire. All three have recovered from their injuries.




Police had initially said it was unclear if the woman and child were shot by Guirguis or injured in the crossfire. In a statement released Thursday, police said they were likely shot by police

“The investigation is continuing but after a series of interviews with all of the parties our investigative team, with the information it presently has, believes it is likely that the two females were injured by police gunfire from the front of the residence just after the confrontation began”.

Guirguis now faces multiple charges, including multiple counts of attempted criminal homicide and aggravated assault.

Metro police also confirmed the three officers are back on the duty and are facing no charges.

Source: wsmv.com

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