Thug Calls 911 on Himself, Kills Responding Officer So He Would Be Killed By Police
This world is mad we tell you. MAD!!! This morning, 21-year-old Trepierre Hummons of Cincinnati called 911 twice on himself. He told the dispatcher there was a man acting belligerent with a gun in the street. When asked about the subject's race, the caller said "a black man, of course." He even gave the dispatcher his own name. 48-year-old Officer Sonny Kim was the first officer to arrive on the scene and he found Trepierre in the the street with a gun. Trepierre shot Officer Kim -- a 27-year veteran of the Cincinnati Police Department and father of three -- multiple times and. Trepierre then wrestled away the officer's Smith & Wesson semi-automatic handgun, police say. He then began shooting at a probation officer who had stopped to assist on his way to work. A gun fight broke out and Trepierre was fatally shot. (Trepierre's mother was on the scene and witnessed her son drawing his weapon and shooting at the officers.) After the shooting, Trepierre's Facebook friends revealed screenshots of a farewell message he sent them that morning. One read: "I love every last one of y'all to whoever has been in my life... you're the real mvp." He also texted friends, saying: "I real love you and thank yu [sic] for all you've ever done for me." His family members are now telling reporters he was a saint. Meanwhile, his friends were yelling at officers at the scene and condemning police on social media. But police said Trepierre was known a member of a street gang called the Clutch Gang. Nine hours before the shooting, a woman accused Trepierre sexual assault. (He was to be charged with the crime Friday morning.) Four years ago, when he was 17, he armed himself with a gun, stole a car and broke into a home. A police report on the incident says Trepierre told the victim "this is a robbery" and demanded he take him into the house. He went to trial in Hamilton County Juvenile Court and admitted to the crime. If he had been bound over to adult court and been convicted there, he would have faced up to 10 years in prison plus an additional three mandatory years for using a gun. He remained in juvenile court instead, and served 90 days in lockup and another year on probation. Court records show he violated that probation at least once, in May 2012, but he eventually was released from supervision in February 2013 after the court determined he had "cooperated and abided by the terms of his probation." While on probation, court records show, he completed his senior year at Withrow High School and received above-average grades. He was a wrestler in high school and worked at least one summer at King's Island. His adult criminal record includes several traffic tickets – most were dismissed – as well as a disorderly conduct conviction from two years ago, when he was 18. Trepierre, who turned 21 on June 1, pleaded guilty two years ago to the disorderly conduct charge, records show. Court documents say he punched out the rear window of a vehicle in that February 2013 incident.
Here are the 911 calls Trepierre before killing Officer Kim: