D.A.: Police shooting of Bucks Co. murder suspect justified
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - May 10, 2013 (WPVI) -- The Bucks County District Attorney said Friday that an investigation shows a Northampton Township police officer was justified in shooting a murder suspect last month.
Kenneth Philipp died in the April 18th exchange with police.
Police say a short time before the standoff Philipp shot and killed his ex-wife, Violeta Isackov, in her car on Bustleton Pike in Feasterville.
Isackov died in front of her 16-year-old daughter.
Police say Philipp had recently been released from prison.
Isackov had an order of protection against him.
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