Police Officer Steven Green Mobile Police Department, Alabama End of Watch: Friday, February 3, 2012

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Police Officer Steven Green

Mobile Police Department, Alabama
End of Watch: Friday, February 3, 2012

Biographical Info

Tour of Duty: 1 year, 8 months
Badge Number: Not available

Incident Details

Cause of Death: Stabbed
Date of Incident: February 3, 2012
Weapon Used: Edged weapon
Suspect Info: Deceased

Agency Contact Information

Chief of Police Michael T. Williams
Mobile Police Department
2460 Government Street
Mobile, AL 36606
Phone: (251) 208-1700

Police Officer Steven Green was stabbed to death by a prisoner outside of the Mobile County Metro Jail at approximately 3:50 pm.
The subject had been arrested by an off duty police officer earlier in the day when he attempted to rob a dollar store. He had approached the store’s checkout counter, demanded money, then lit the counter on fire after spraying it with lighter fluid. An off duty officer shopping in the store tackled him and took him into custody.
He was processed at the police station and was being transported to the county jail by Officer Green when he attacked and fatally stabbed Officer Green outside of the jail complex. The subject then stole the officer’s service weapon and patrol car. Other officers pursued the suspect to a home off of Dauphin Island Parkway where he engaged them in a shootout, wounding one officer in the arm. The suspect suffered a fatal gunshot wound during the exchange of shots.
Officer Green had served with the Mobile Police Department for 20 months. He is survived by his wife and children.

MOBILE, Alabama —

Video shows Lawrence Wallace Junior hours before he fatally stabbed the police officer. Handcuffed with his arms behind his back, Wallace is very talkative, playing to the news cameras. It’s as though he’s enjoying telling us what he’s getting ready to do.

News 5 has shared this video with Mobile police, when we slow it down, Wallace appears to fold the pendant and slide something out of it and slip it in between his fingers. This is what he says afterward, "I’ll be out before I reach down there."

After he gets in the back of the police car, and the door shuts. He smiles for the cameras. Still running his mouth he says, I’ll see y’all in a minute. This is all part of the movie man. I’ll see y’all in a minute".

What we didn’t know about this movie as he smugly called it was the officer you see to the left opening the door to the police car, would be victim to his deadly plot; officer Steven Green.

Wallace stabbed officer green inside the sally port of metro jail. One witness says he never even saw the weapon. "What saw was whenever the police officers bringing him in, take off the handcuffs, the black man stabbed. Took off in the officer’s car, crashed..docking station..all i saw from there".

Armed with a gun Wallace took off for a neighborhood off Dauphin Island parkway in the officer’s car. He ran underneath this house on Daytona drive. Where she shot a second officer. After holding sharpshooters, tactical units, and swat team members at bay for three and a half hours, Wallace’s movie came to silent end, with him in a body bag, and the community with one less officer to serve and protect.



4 Responses to “Police Officer Steven Green Mobile Police Department, Alabama End of Watch: Friday, February 3, 2012”

  1. 1 Jamie Swift February 4, 2012 at 10:27

    My heart goes out to the family of Officer Green and to the families of all involved in this tragedy. I think the MPD did a fine job of immediately taking that thug off the streets and trying to get him processed. So many “ifs.” May Officer Green’s family find some comfort in knowing he served his department and the city of Mobile well.

  2. 2 Herbert Tisdale February 4, 2012 at 12:19

    My prayers go out to Officer Green’s family in this awful tragedy.

  3. 3 Mark Rodriguez February 4, 2012 at 18:15

    It hurts to know any officer has lost their life, no matter what part of the world they are from. Blue is Blue and my heart goes out to the Family, Friends and Officers of the Mobile Police Department. Officer M. Rodriguez # 24, Gautier Police Department, Gautier Mississippi.

  4. 4 Steven February 10, 2012 at 18:31

    Thank you for your service officer green. Let’s just pray for peace of mind for his family.

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