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Topic - Kenneth D. Furr
A Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of drunkenly opening fire on a car full of people that included transgenders will be held without bond as he awaits trial.
A preliminary hearing has been continued until Friday in the case of an off-duty Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of drunkenly climbing onto the hood of a car and firing shots at the five people inside after an altercation with the group.
The cars collided, and the people inside the car told police Officer Furr yelled "I'm a kill all of you," before he got onto the hood and began firing shots at the windshield.