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Nov. 2, 2012 — Pompano Beach

Michael Webb tried to rob the same Chase Bank in Pompano Beach for the third time.

Webb usually jumped over the counter and demanded money. This time he encountered bulletproof glass at the teller's window, so he ran away.

A bank employee and a witness jotted down his license plate number. Deputies chased Webb until a detective hit the bumper of his pickup on Interstate 95, causing it to lose control and roll over. Read more

Webb, 56, emerged from the wreck with a handgun, police said. Deputies Gregory Lose and Timothy Roberts fired, fatally wounding him.

Most people, including his employers, thought Webb's past brushes with the law were behind him, but he was a suspect in a series of bank robberies in Deerfield Beach.

This was the 112th police shooting in Florida in 2012.

11 days earlier, one officer shot one person in Holly Hill .

One day later, three officers shot one person in Port St. Lucie .

4 ways this case compares to others

  1. Webb was armed with a firearm. That’s true of almost half the people shot.
  2. Webb was suspected of being involved in an armed robbery. That's true in 1 of every 9 police .
  3. Webb was fleeing from police or a crime scene, which is true in a quarter of shootings.
  4. Webb pointed a weapon at officers. Twenty-eight percent of shootings involved people who police say pointed a weapon at them.

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