(May 12, 2014) Miami police kill 2 unarmed suspects by shooting disabled car 377 times
In an attempt to apprehend a possible suspect in Miami FL. cops opened continuous fire on an unarmed suspect's vehicle. While occupied by the suspect and an innocent passenger, the car was impaled with several hundred bullets.
Witnesses describe the incident as a chaotic and frenzied show of police force and also said that the vehicle's 2 occupants were trying to surrender. But that did not stop a total of 23 police officers from firing at least 377 shots at the vehicle.
The officers' bullets not only hit the suspects, but also several neighboring houses, businesses, and vehicles.
The robbery suspect, Adrian Montesano, had his vehicle pinned between a utility pole and a tree following a pursuit at approximately 5:00 a.m. Dozens of officers had participated in the chase.
As the blue Volvo remained stuck with no hopes of moving, officers aimed their rifles towards it from every angle.