St. Louis County Police Officer Shot Dead after Struggle by Suspect Trying to Cash a Bad Check – Suspect in Custody
St. Louis County Police Officer Mike Langsdorf was killed in duty Sunday afternoon in North St. Louis County on Page Avenue.
Officer Langsdorf had been with the North St. Louis Police Department for 3 months.
The suspect struggled with Officer Langsdorf and then shot him at point blank range.
In 2003 Mike rescued a little girl from a fire in her home in St. Louis city.
–AP- Post-Dispatch photo…
@DEASTLOUISDiv joins @stlcountypd / @COOPPolice in mourning one of our own. Today North County Cooperative Officer Mike Langsdorf was killed in the line Duty while protecting our community. #OfficerDown #NeverForgotten @ODMP pic.twitter.com/6rSkhgaCzc
— DEAStLouis (@DEASTLOUISDiv) June 24, 2019
Large police procession as the body of #Officer Michael Langsdorf is transported to the the St. Louis Co. Medical Examiner’s Office. Langsdorf served with the N. County Police Cooperative. He was shot and killed in the line of duty Sunday afternoon. @backstoppers pic.twitter.com/jT7NmY8eF7
— Jasmine Huda (@jhuda) June 24, 2019
Sunday afternoon around 4:40 pm a North St. Louis County police officer was shot and killed. The officer, Mike Langsdorf was shot inside Clay’s Food Market located in 6200 block of Page Avenue. A call for an officer in need of aid was broadcasted from the store shortly after Officer Langsdorf arrived…
…The North County Police Cooperative Chief of Police John Buchannan said Langsdorf had been with the department for 3 months and was at the store investigating a bad check complaint. Langsdorf was shot by a suspect who was attempting to cash the bad check. Buchannan also stated that a suspect was in custody and that a gun had been recovered at the scene.
Please join me in remembering Officer Mike Langsdorf who was so horrifically killed in the line of duty today. God bless you Officer! Fly high with the Angels! 🙏💙😢 pic.twitter.com/Snl0rh1Wzq
— Welby_white (@WelbyWhite) June 24, 2019