2003 Ennis shooting

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The 2003 Ennis shooting occurred on June 14, 2003, when 44-year-old George Harold Davis opened fire on a group of people outside a bar in downtown Ennis, in Madison County, Montana, then engaged police officers in a high-speed chase and shootout.wikipedia
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Ennis, Montana

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The 2003 Ennis shooting occurred on June 14, 2003, when 44-year-old George Harold Davis opened fire on a group of people outside a bar in downtown Ennis, in Madison County, Montana, then engaged police officers in a high-speed chase and shootout.
The 2003 Ennis shooting occurred on June 14, 2003, when 44-year-old, George Harold Davis, opened fire outside the Silver Dollar Saloon bar on Main Street.

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He is currently imprisoned in Montana State Prison.

Tyler courthouse shooting

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Dashcam

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The chase and shootout were captured on dashboard cameras installed within the two pursuing patrol vehicles.

Ford Taurus

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He left the bar and walked over to his car, a gold Ford Taurus, which was parked just outside.

M1911 pistol

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He retrieved a .45 semi-automatic pistol from the vehicle and then opened fire on people outside the bar.

Ravalli County, Montana

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After the shooting, Davis fled the scene in his car and drove for nearly two-hundred miles toward Ravalli County, Montana.

U.S. Route 93

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At around 8:00 a.m. Ravalli County sheriff deputy Bernie Allestad spotted Davis speeding on U.S. Highway 93.

Missoula County, Montana

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Davis then entered Missoula County, Montana, where he encountered sheriff deputy David Conway and tried to run him off the road in a head-on collision.

Head-on collision

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Davis then entered Missoula County, Montana, where he encountered sheriff deputy David Conway and tried to run him off the road in a head-on collision.

Montana Highway Patrol

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Montana Highway Patrol officer Jason Hildenstab also joined in the pursuit.

Idaho

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The chase terminated on the Idaho/Montana state border.

Shotgun

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Conway then arrived and opened fire with a 12-gauge shotgun.

U.S. Route 12

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Conway and Hildenstab pursued Davis westbound along U.S. Highway 12 towards the Idaho border.

United States Army

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Former veteran US Army and 25-year veteran Idaho state trooper Stan Wiggins, Sr., who was accompanied by a game warden, was then informed by Conway to set up spike strips on the highway to stop Davis from escaping.

Idaho State Police

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Former veteran US Army and 25-year veteran Idaho state trooper Stan Wiggins, Sr., who was accompanied by a game warden, was then informed by Conway to set up spike strips on the highway to stop Davis from escaping.

Conservation officer

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Former veteran US Army and 25-year veteran Idaho state trooper Stan Wiggins, Sr., who was accompanied by a game warden, was then informed by Conway to set up spike strips on the highway to stop Davis from escaping.

Spike strip

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Former veteran US Army and 25-year veteran Idaho state trooper Stan Wiggins, Sr., who was accompanied by a game warden, was then informed by Conway to set up spike strips on the highway to stop Davis from escaping.

Red Wing, Minnesota

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Roberts was born in Red Wing, Minnesota and is survived by his wife and daughter.

Madison County, Montana

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The 2003 Ennis shooting occurred on June 14, 2003, when 44-year-old George Harold Davis opened fire on a group of people outside a bar in downtown Ennis, in Madison County, Montana, then engaged police officers in a high-speed chase and shootout.

Leavenworth, Kansas

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Davis was born in Leavenworth, Kansas, and moved to Washington in the early 1990s.

Murder

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White supremacy

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He was a proponent of white supremacy and anti-Semitism.