The Philadelphia guy who was fatally shot by law enforcement immediately after major them on a superior-velocity chase down I-95 on Wednesday experienced just shot a “Good Samaritan” who was striving to guard the man’s girlfriend following a violent domestic dispute, law enforcement in Bucks County claimed Friday.

Terrance Bey, 29, died just after a Philadelphia Police officer shot him in the head about 3:15 p.m. through a confrontation at Adams and Whitaker Avenues in the vicinity of Roosevelt Boulevard, in accordance to law enforcement. Bey crashed his auto at the intersection, and fired a Glock handgun with an obliterated serial number at the officers who experienced been chasing him.

The name of the 15th District officer who fired the fatal shot experienced not been produced as of Friday, and the investigation is ongoing.

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Investigators in Middletown Township, in which Bey first encountered police, explained the conflict began several hours previously, when their officers obtained a 911 get in touch with reporting a domestic disturbance at the Racquet Club Flats.

Bey and his girlfriend — whom law enforcement did not determine — experienced gotten into an argument that escalated to violence, and the girl fled her condominium, according to Lt. Stephen Forman.

The girl, 28, ran throughout a grassy subject separating two of the complex’s properties, and noticed a neighbor sitting down on her porch. Inquiring the woman for aid, Bey’s girlfriend ran within the dwelling, exactly where the neighbor referred to as law enforcement, Forman mentioned.

The neighbor’s partner, 65, advised Bey when he came to the door to leave, indicating he didn’t want Bey’s domestic issues in his property, according to Forman.

“He was being a Great Samaritan, finding Bey’s girlfriend in there until law enforcement arrived,” Forman mentioned. “I really don’t think in his thoughts he imagined it was going to escalate to what it did.”

When officers arrived, Bey fled. As a single of the Middletown officers chased him, Bey attempted to “ambush” the officer by hiding close to the corner of a setting up, and pointing his gun at his pursuer, Forman reported. The officer noticed Bey, ran to protection, and named for backup when Bey overlooked instructions to fall his weapon.

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As a lot more officers arrived at the Racquet Club Residences, Bey ran into the neighbor’s apartment and fired a single shot, placing the partner in his jaw. He then sped absent from the condominium intricate, commencing the chase that would conclude in gunfire in Philadelphia.

The guy Bey shot was taken to St. Mary Health-related Heart, exactly where he underwent surgical procedure. Forman said Friday that he remained in the hospital’s intensive care device, and, however critically wounded, is envisioned to endure.

Courtroom information present Bey could not legally have a firearm due to the fact of a 2011 guilty plea in Philadelphia for possessing a firearm with an obliterated serial amount, a felony. He was convicted of illegally possessing a gun again in 2018. Bucks County investigators explained Bey also had active warrants for his arrest for probation violations, as perfectly as drug and firearms violations.

Following the capturing, detectives in Middletown searched his girlfriend’s apartment and observed heroin, crack cocaine, methamphetamine, and packaging materials, investigators reported.

“Unfortunately for him, he selected his steps … and there was no question he was likely to check out to kill 1 of our officers, centered on the events of the apartment there,” Forman claimed. “He showed an intense indifference to existence and propensity to violence.”