Pennsylvania man shot by police during warrant service for parking tickets

Kevin McCullers' vehicle hadn't left the driveway when he was shot by police. (Source: NBC10)
Kevin McCullers' vehicle hadn't left the driveway when he was shot by police.  (Source: NBC10)
Kevin McCullers’ vehicle hadn’t left the driveway when he was shot by police. (Source: NBC10)

LEHIGH COUNTY, PA — A man may never walk again after he was shot in his driveway by a constable who had showed up to his home regarding unpaid parking tickets.

Kevin McCullers, 38, was just about to make a trip to go buy some morning doughnuts when his life changed forever.  Around 7:30 a.m. on July 17th, McCullers got into his car, opened his garage door, and put his car into reverse gear.  As he backed out of the driveway, his girlfriend abruptly heard gunshots ring out.

Two strange men were outside, and one had just shot Mr. McCullers while in the driver’s seat of his car.

“They never knocked on the door! No nothing! I just heard the gunshots! He pulled the car out of the garage and all I heard were gunshots,” Hafeezah Muhammad told NBC 10 Philadelphia.  She was inside the house during the attack.

The shooter turned out to be a Pennsylvania State Constable, performing an early morning warrant service over unpaid parking tickets.  The unnamed constable claimed that he feared for his life by Mr. McCullers backing out of his driveway — so he opened fire.

“For someone to get shot, on the way to Dunkin’ Donuts, unarmed, for parking tickets?  For tickets?!  Its insane,” said Ms. Muhammad.

Mr. McCullers was shot in the back.  The bullet struck his spine, and he is now paralyzed from the waist down.  He may never regain the ability to walk.

The shooter has been allowed to remain anonymous.  There has been no word on any discipline or criminal charges that he may face, if any.

 

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