Man shot by South Bend Police officer charged, set for arraignment

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The man who was shot by a South Bend Police officer is scheduled for arraignment on Thursday, Sep. 27.

Kristopher Mingo Flores, 18, is charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, and pointing a firearm.

It was on Monday, Sep 24, when two plain clothes officers in an unmarked car attempted to stop Flores who they say ran a stop sign and nearly collided with other vehicles.

They say Flores got out of his car in the parking lot of Frank’s Place on Marion Street and pulled a gun. An officer fired. Flores suffered a non-life-threatening injury.

Flores told investigators he didn’t know the two were police officers and he was only trying to scare them away, according to court documents.

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  1. “Flores told investigators he didn’t know the two were police officers and he was only trying to scare them away, according to court documents.”

    Doesn’t matter, he was a serious violent felon in possession of a firearm. Go straight to jail loser.

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