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Man Gets Free Pizza for a Year After Starting Feud Between Two Cell Carriers

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Sometimes it pays to be the pushy customer. This is Dan's first pizza haul.

He came for the Twitter coupon, and stayed for the 365 days of free pizza.Dan May, a mobile customer with British cell provider O2, was disappointed after participating in a Twitter promotion that promised free pizza to people who tweeted their address with the hashtag #waggytails.Alas, no pizza ever came, and Dan tweeted his frustration.

What happened next was an all-out Western-style Twitter war between two rival mobile carrier companies, each vying for a single customer. Rival company Three decided to up the ante and offer May pizza and ice cream. O2 responded back (because they really wanted to keep their customers happy!) with an offer for free pizza for a year, which he happily accepted.

According to the PMs exchanged between O2 and May, they provided him with one year of free Domino’s pizza once a week.

"We often like to surprise and delight customers and we're pleased that we were able to put a smile on @dpmay's face by giving him free pizza until the end of the year,” an O2 spokesperson told The Mirror.


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Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


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GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


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18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


New details released in shooting involving Oklahoma trooper

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


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GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


New details released in shooting involving Oklahoma trooper

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


New details released in shooting involving Oklahoma trooper

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


New details released in shooting involving Oklahoma trooper

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


New details released in shooting involving Oklahoma trooper

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.


New details released in shooting involving Oklahoma trooper

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified the trooper and suspect who were involved in a shooting Sunday night in Guthrie.

18-year-old Kenneth J. Brown is listed in critical condition at a metro hospital after he was shot by eight-year veteran trooper Caleb Swickey.

Lt. John Vincent, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said Swickey felt his life was in danger and the use of force was a last resort.

Lt. Vincent said after Brown was pulled over, there was some sort of “fight” between the two men and Brown had possession of a weapon.

OHP is not saying what type of weapon Brown had, or whether he charged at the trooper.

Trooper Swickey fired his weapon and struck Brown, who was then rushed to OU Medical Center.

In the wake of nationwide protests concerning the use of force by law enforcement, OHP knows it’s under increased scrutiny.

Lt. Vincent reassures the public that trooper Swickey did exactly what he was trained to do to protect himself.

“It’s the whole fight or flight scenario,” he said. “This trooper chose to fight and made the right decision, [which] ended up saving his life.”

Vincent said dash cam video of the incident was not available on Monday evening.



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