The Navy Seals are not the only government officials out shooting people. Tidewater police are doing their best to take no prisoners:

No weapons in car of men killed by Chesapeake police

"City police recovered more suspected drugs and bullets, but no weapons, from the car of two men shot and killed by Portsmouth police last week."
...Records filed Wednesday with a search warrant in Circuit Court showed that Chesapeake police, who are investigating the April 9 incident in the Holly Cove neighborhood, seized several items including four bullets, a bullet fragment from the seat behind the driver, suspected marijuana, a bag containing a white substance, a digital scale, $27.98 in cash and two cell phones."

Four (4) bullets, $27.98 in cash and two cell phones. Some bigtime drug kinpin killers, no?

here is a possible source of the four bullets--they went through these guys' bodies:

"The men killed were Demetrius D. Edens, 28, of Chesapeake, who police said was the driver, and Darren S. Wilson, 25, of Virginia Beach. Edens died of multiple wounds to the chest and neck, and Wilson died of a shot to the head."

In other police killings:

Man fatally shot by Portsmouth police was wanted fugitive

And the local civilian bloodletting is also reaching for the stars:

Two teen brothers and girl are shot, injured in Portsmouth

One teen shot in Portsmouth home from hospital
At least one of the three teenagers shot Wednesday in the 1500 block of Richmond Ave. has gone home from the hospital, police said Thursday.

A second male victim, the brother of the released one, remained hospitalized in stable condition. Police on Thursday could not confirm the status of the third victim, a girl.

The brothers were standing outside a duplex when they were shot, while the girl was wounded inside one of the residences. Police were still looking for two people in an older blue Ford Crown Victoria with tinted windows whom they suspect fired the shots just before noon

Police describe man sought in slaying of Virginia Beach teen


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