Three people taken from their home in a dawn raid and questioned over the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson,
Missouri, told the Guardian on Thursday that they were released without
Lamont Underwood, Iresha Turner and Martez Little said they were the
trio seen handcuffed by St Louis County officers and taken from a house
on Dade Avenue as part of the early-morning swoop by heavily armed
Turner said that she and her six-year-old son had the red laser
sights of police rifles trained on their chests as they emerged into
their garden under orders from the officers, who arrived in
Underwood and Turner said they had been milling around the demonstration outside the Ferguson
police headquarters when shots rang out on Wednesday night. But they
denied having anything to do with the shooting and said they came under
suspicion after speeding away from the scene as many others did.
The release of the trio came as police confirmed they had yet to make
any arrests in connection with an investigation into what they have
described as an “ambush” outside Ferguson police station.
Experts have speculated that the distance the bullets were fired from
- around 125 yards - suggests the responsible who shot the officers may
be a trained or skilled user of firearms.
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