mulberry mabel bag murder charge for Boulder car
Saturday after Carter was reportedly “assaulting” multiple vehicles stopped in traffic.
Ramos arrived on scene and spotted Carter walking away from the scene and told him to stop. Carter turned around and brandished a knife with a 3 inch blade, police said. Ramos pulled his stun gun on Carter and ordered him to drop the knife, but deployed the stun gun when Carter made “aggressive movements” and slashing and stabbing gestures toward the officer, according to the report
The stun gun didn’t work because of the clothing Carter was wearing. She said she thought he wanted to kill her.
At that time, the officer deployed the stun gun a second time but was again unsuccessful. When Carter tried to enter the sedan, the officer pulled his handgun and again ordered Carter to drop the knife.
After hiding behind another car and briefly trying to flee, Carter got on the ground and surrendered the knife and was placed into custody, according to the report.
Carter then reportedly told the officer that he “wanted the cop to kill me,” and that he was attempting suicide by cop. Carter has several previous arrests for assault, domestic violence, burglary and criminal mischief.
Carter was taken to Boulder Community Health with cuts on his hand. No officers were injured, and the passengers also weren’t injured. Martin.
The attempted murder and first degree assault charges are both class 3 extraordinary risk felonies, which carry a maximum prison sentence of 16 years.
The second degree assault and attempted second degree assault charges were filed after Carter reportedly spit on and attempted to spit on two other officers, according to the charging documents.
who remains in custody at the Boulder County Jail on $100,000 bond, is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Jan. 14Font ResizeReturn to Top
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