Hijacker drives Comcast truck through Mormon Bishop's McMansion gate, shoots at police

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We begin with the drama in Greeley...

An Arizona truck driver lost his mind in Greeley and hijacked a Comcast TV truck, which he then drove through the locked gate of a Mormon Bishop's mansion and told the man he was ready to see Jesus. When the cops showed up, the hijacker opened fire. The Greeley Tribune has the incredible story.

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