United States, Nevada : Pluri-Decorated Army Ranger Caleb Riggs is Killed by A Coward and Gullible Cop

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Reno, Nevada — On December 6, 2023, around 10:45 a.m., officers with the Reno Police Department were dispatched to the 500 block of Colorado River Blvd. on multiple reports of a woman frantically screaming for help saying a man inside her house was killing another woman. When officers arrived, they found the suspect, 34-year-old Caleb Briggs inside a home. After contact was made with Briggs, RPD says he could be seen holding his right hand behind his back and refusing the verbal commands given by the officer. Briggs then charged towards and attacked the officer as de-escalation attempts were being made. During the fight, Briggs tried to take the officer’s gun, however, the officer retained control of it before shooting Briggs twice in the doorway of the home. More officers arrived on scene and performed first aid on Briggs until paramedics arrived. Briggs was taken to the hospital where he later died.


Caleb Briggs, a 34-year-old man from Reno, was killed by a police officer responding to a domestic violence call on December 6, 2023. The incident began when Reno Dispatch received multiple 911 calls reporting a disturbance at a home on Colorado River Boulevard. Callers reported hearing a woman screaming for help and claiming that a man was trying to kill a woman inside the residence.


Upon arrival, the responding officer encountered a woman who had been screaming for help. She informed the officer that a man, later identified as Caleb Briggs, was still inside the residence and was trying to kill another woman. Bodycam footage shows Briggs standing inside the home with his right hand behind his back. When the officer attempted to engage with Briggs, he lunged at the officer, leading to a struggle in the doorway. During the altercation, Briggs attempted to take the officer’s gun. The officer managed to retain control of the weapon and fired four rounds at Briggs.

Briggs was handcuffed by other officers who arrived at the scene and was transported to Renown Regional Medical Center, where he later died from gunshot wounds to the torso. The Sparks Police Department is investigating the incident, and the officer involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave.

However, Briggs also had a history of violence, including accusations of domestic violence. He was arrested in 2019 on a charge of assaulting his mother during an argument over money to buy alcohol. The charges were later dropped. In a different 2019 case, Briggs pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery. He paid $340 in fees and fines and had his 90-day sentence suspended after doing 48 hours of community service and completing a domestic violence program.

The Sparks Police Department is investigating the incident per regional police shootings protocol. Briggs’ half-sister, Amy Briggs, has raised questions about the police actions and wants people to know that her brother was not the monster he is being portrayed as.

Briggs was a decorated military veteran who had served five tours of duty in Afghanistan, an army Ranger who served five tours in Afghanistan from 2009 to 2013 and received numerous medals, ribbons, and badges.

His mother stated that he had been struggling with what he had experienced in combat.


Caleb Briggs

Professional Summary:
Success-oriented professional with the ability to adapt to dynamic environments, work effectively both independently and as part of a team, and achieve set goals. A proven leader with nearly a decade of active duty military service, including multiple combat rotations with 1st Ranger Battalion.

– F3EA Graphic, Opfor/Military Support, F3EA
– Feb 2018 – Present (5 years 11 months), United States

– Companions for Heroes Graphic, Volunteer, Companions for Heroes
– Feb 2018 – Present (5 years 11 months), Georgia

– Non-Commissioned Officer, Infantry Squad Leader & Platoon Sergeant, 3-7 Infantry, 2IBCT, 3rd Infantry Division
– Mar 2016 – Feb 2018 (2 years), Ft. Stewart, GA

– Non-Commissioned Officer, Special Operations K9 Handler, 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
– Sep 2011 – Mar 2016 (4 years 7 months), Hunter Army Airfield, GA

– 75th Ranger Regiment, U.S. Army
– Mar 2009 – Sep 2011 (2 years 7 months), Hunter Army Airfield, GA
– Automatic Rifleman
– Mar 2011 – Sep 2011 (7 months), 1st Battalion, Hunter Army Airfield, GA
– Rifleman

– Central Texas College
– Information Technology, 2015 – 2018

– edX
– Certificate/Credit Mathematics and Computer Science, 2016 – 2018

Volunteer Experience:
– Companions for Heroes
– Feb 2018 – Present (5 years 11 months)
– Volunteer Staff, Social Services
– Assisting in achieving the organization’s goals by applying extensive knowledge of K9 operations and utilizing personal network.

Additional Information:
In the United States Army, held the position of Unit Supply Sergeant, responsible for managing a company’s worth of equipment accounting.

This profile showcases Caleb Briggs’ extensive leadership experience and adaptability, both in military and volunteer settings, along with a strong educational background in information technology and mathematics/computer science.


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