Insane Video Emerges After Cop Somehow Survives Bullet to Neck

The 14th Circuit Solicitor said in a press release'If but not for the grace of God and some very good doctors this would not only have been a murder case but a death penalty case

Dramatic video captured the moment a SC police officer was shot multiple times on New Year's Day in 2016.

The jury at Hampton County Court spent just 45 minutes deliberating before finding Orr guilty on all charges.

Officer Quincy Smith was called to investigate a suspicious man trying to steal groceries from a local convenience store.

The footage picked up from Smith's glasses camera helped to convict the man who nearly killed him.

The officer gave the man several commands, which went ignored, at which point the officer told the man to take his hands out of his pocket. Orr continued walked and Officer Smith followed him, issuing warnings about stopping or getting sparked with the taser.

-Later, Smith is heard asking another officer to tell his family he loves them.

A man opened fire at a police officer, striking him four times, in a shooting captured by a camera in the officer's glasses.

The 14th Circuit Solicitors Office released video Wednesday of the harrowing incident from January 1, 2016.

This is a developing story.

The solicitor's office says Smith was sacked upon "not once, not twice, not three times, or four, or five, or six, or seven, but eight times". His left arm was broken and he had been shot in the neck. Two of the eight rounds were fired at Smith as he lay on the ground, Stone said.

Orr was eventually caught and Officer Smith received medical attention.

"Dispatch, I'm hit! Dispatch, Echo 7, I'm hit!"

A report states Smith drove his patrol auto a short distance toward the man, who was later identified as Orr.

On the recording you can hear Smith's voice as he lay outside his patrol auto. Smith threatens to use his stun gun if Orr does not stop.

14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone said the defendant fired eight times, according to the Jasper Sun Times. A physician would later testify a bullet severed a vein on the right side of his neck. Orr fled the scene as Officer Smith bled profusely from gunshot wounds and felt as though he was about to take his last breath.

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