SC police officer shot repeatedly, survives

SC police officer shot repeatedly, survives

SC police officer shot repeatedly, survives

Officer Smith suffered two broken bones in his arm and a "life threatening" neck injury.

The video - which was captured with a camera that Smith bought himself and placed on his eyeglasses - shows him exiting his squad auto and politely asking Orr, who is on his cell phone, to stop.

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Orr was sentenced to 30 years for attempted murder and five years for a weapons violation, the maximum amount of prison time possible.

The Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor's Office released the video on Thursday showing the shooting of Estill Police Officer Quincy Smith, who survived the shooting, on January 1, 2016. Smith's camera glasses, which he bought off Amazon, recorded the incident. Smith was responding to a report of a man trying to steal items from customers at a convenience store. Smith spotted Orr walking from the store and ordered him to stop, but Orr instead fired eight times.

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After the fifth time Smith asked, Orr pulled a gun out from his sweatshirt pocket and shot the police officer. "Orr refused and continued to walk away from Smith, holding a cellphone to his ear and keeping his right hand in his jacket pocket", prosecutors said."Smith told him to take his hand out or he would 'be tasered.' That's when Orr brandished a 9 mm handgun and began firing, never taking the phone away from his ear". Smith then threatened to use his stun gun on Orr if he did not comply with his order to stop.

"Shots fired!" Smith screams, while running back to his vehicle. "I am hit in my neck some place". In the recording, Smith's voice can be heard telling a police dispatcher: "Tell my family that I love them". "Come here, man. Come here for a second", he is heard calling out the man in the video. Orr was found guilty of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

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Estill Officer Quincy Smith survived his wounds, and Malcolm Orr was sentenced to 35 years on Wednesday at Hampton County Courthouse.

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