A murder suspect unloads at a police officer then throws his gun down and surrenders when out of ammo.
On September 8, 24-year-old Landon Harbin was pulled over by Michigan State Police. The traffic stop was initiated after police ran his plates and the vehicle came back stolen. Harbin complies at first and pulls over to the side of the road.
A few seconds into the traffic stop Harbin jumps out and starts firing a pistol at the officer who is recording. He runs to the front of the vehicle and the officer returns fire. You can see the wanted man toss his gun on the ground as soon as he runs out of rounds.
After realizing police shoot back, he follows the officer’s orders pretty well.
Reports state that Harbin was wanted out of Alabama for killing his mother. No-one was injured in the exchange of gun fire. On October 6 he plead guilty to two counts of assault with intent to murder and one count of felony firearm.