Boston cop killer tried to kill Cranston police

Under Governor Dan McKee, the state of Rhode Island continues to attract criminals and create an atmosphere of lawlessness akin to the Wild West. Not only does a killer who was convicted of killing a Boston Police officer get out of prison, but he moves to Rhode Island and changes his name. McKee continues to put the state at risk by running a sanctuary state where criminals run free, and illegals are let go before ICE can grab them.

In in 2010, the AG announced that two-time convicted murderer Terrell Muhammad (DOB: 12/8/63), with a last known address of 160 Kenyon Avenue, Pawtucket, pleaded guilty today before Superior Court Magistrate William J. McAtee for the July 2010 incident where Muhammad led Cranston Police on a pursuit after fleeing during a traffic stop.

Muhammad was sentenced to 15 years, 13 to serve with the remainder suspended with probation, on each count of assault with a dangerous weapon, sentences to run concurrent. He was sentenced to one year, suspended with probation, on the charge of reckless driving and on the charge of driving with a suspended license, sentences to run concurrent.

On July 30th, 2010, Muhammad pleaded no contest to larceny over $500 for stealing a 42-inch flat-screen TV from a Veteran’s hospital. He was given three years of probation and a suspended sentence.

Three hours after committing the larceny, he sped away from a Cranston police officer requesting his license and registration during a traffic stop, leading to the high-speed chase. Cranston Police officers pursued Muhammad onto Pontiac Avenue, where, on two separate occasions, he attempted to run down officers by swerving his car across the road at oncoming cruisers. The chase was called off after it was deemed dangerous for public safety.

He was apprehended and arrested on July 31, 2010, and held as a probation violator.

Muhammad shot and killed Boston police officer Thomas F. Rose with Rose own weapon in an attempted escape inside the Government Center police station in 1993. He was sentenced to 26-30 years but only served 15. Muhammad was previously convicted of manslaughter in the shooting death of Angela Skeete, a Dorchester, MA store clerk in 1986 for which he was sentenced to six to ten years.

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