NYE Canada: Amir Abdulrahman and Al-Azan Shah Muhammad Drag Officer Andrew Harnett to his Death (Video)

NYE Canada: Amir Abdulrahman and Al-Azan Shah Muhammad Drag Officer Andrew Harnett to his Death (Video)

  • Posted by Amy Mek
  • On January 4, 2021
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  • Al-Azan Shah Muhammad, Calgary, Calgary Police Service, Canada, Jason Harnett, New Years Eve, Police Chief Mark Neufeld, Sgt. Andrew Harnett

The two young men wanted by authorities who mowed down Calgary police officer, Sgt. Andrew Harnett, 37, dragging him with their car and killing him at a roadblock on New Years Eve in Alberta have surrendered. The two teenagers in custody have been charged with first-degree murder in the killing Sgt. Harnett. The Calgary police officer leaves behind his wife Chelsea, who is several months pregnant with the couple’s first child.

Sgt. Andrew Harnett

Amir Abdulrahman, 19, and Al-Azan Shah Muhammad, 17-year-old, both who reside in Calgary, were arrested at a police station. There was already a prior warrant out for the older teen’s arrest. Muhammad turns 18 years-old on Jan. 11.

On Thursday night, just before 11 p.m., Sgt. Harnett had pulled over a copper-colored 2006 Infiniti FX SUV  after running the license plate and discovering it didn’t match the vehicle. 

The murdered officer spoke with both the driver and passenger before the vehicle fled, striking and dragging Harnett who Police Chief Mark Neufeld describes, as a “highly decorated” 12 year veteran of the force as well as a former military police officer. 

Police believe the 17-year-old was behind the wheel, while Amir Abdulrahman, 19, was likely riding as a passenger.

Despite the many desperate attempts of fellow officers and paramedics, Sgt. Harnett, died at the scene, according to the Calgary Police Service. Sgt Harrett leaves behind a pregnant spouse, Chelsea, and an adoring family.

Sgt. Andrew Harnett’s Family

Harnett was the youngest of three boys in his family. Jason, the eldest, said he believed his brother was drawn to police work because of the family’s history in the military, his other brother Chris and his grandfather both served. He always wanted to be a police officer, reports Jason

He was deeply loved, and he loved policing,” Jason said. “He didn’t need to be out on Christmas Day. He didn’t need to be out on New Year’s Eve. He just loved doing it.

“The last thing that I texted him before I wished him Happy New Years was, ‘Bro, you be safe.” said Jason.

Sgt. Andrew Harnett with his brothers

Sgt. Harnett Helps Solves his own Murder

Chief Neufeld said Sgt. Harnett helped his fellow officers identify the suspects before he died. “Part of the reason we’ve been able to progress this investigation as quickly as we have was as a direct result from some exceptional police work done by Andrew prior to his death,” Neufeld said. “He is helping us solve this and bring those responsible to justice.”

Neufeld said video of the incident shot from a police vehicle’s dashcam and Harnett’s own body camera has been very useful. “He did a very good job of capturing and recording information and in this case the fact he’d done that was very helpful to us.”

Police in Mourning

The Chief developed a personal relationship with Harnett, and said he and his other officers have been in deep mourning over the loss of Andrew.

“Today is the day I’ve had nightmares about. Having to stand in front of you, our membership and the public, to announce the loss of one of our officers, one of our guardians and unquestionably, one of the best. He will be greatly missed by all.”

The president of the Calgary Police Association, John Orr, said all member of the force are grieving Harnett’s death,

“Our members … have all put their own personal grief aside in order to conduct a professional and thorough investigation so that those responsible for this cowardly act can be held accountable,

Watch the following video report by Canadian news station, The National, on the death of Sgt Harrett,

Lawyers for the two killers indicated on Saturday say they plan to apply for bail at the earliest opportunity. The pair will appear in court Monday morning.

Al-Azan Shah Muhammad and Amir Abdulrahman

Meanwhile, a family tragically lost their son, a spouse has lost her loving husband, a child just lost his father, siblings lost their brother, officers lost their friend, and a community lost a hero.

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10 Comments

April
These two ruthless monsters don’t deserve bail. I believe they will run. And even if they don’t, they still don’t deserve bail. They never deserve another day of freedom or happiness in their pathetic lives here on earth. This family lost their loved one in a horrific way. As a mother, I can’t even imagine the pain of this tragedy playing over & over in my mind. And that’s what a parent does, it’s an uncontrollable state of grief & mind tricks from the pain. It never ends!! This unborn baby will never know his/her father & this father will never share that special joy with his wife of having a child. They ran him over & then dragged him. An officer of the law who spent his adult life protecting others. They do not deserve any pity or mercy. They’re both evil, useless skum that should pay for their crimes with their lives in prison forever & in misery. My heart & many prayers go out to this young officer hero & his grieving family. I’m so very sorry for ur loss & pain.
Amanda Wilson
If they give bail to these killers, the chances are high that those in the Muslim community will do whatever they can to get these two out of Canada illegally. They deserve to rot in hell. I have to wonder how the nineteen-year-old could afford an expensive defense lawyer. It shows you that there are people in the Muslim community that will do anything to protect this killer.
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It is just spoiled rich kids who mommy and daddy protect at all cost.. it shows because no everyday working class could afford Belfour Der.. many judges remember the book See Jane run..let them out on bail and see them RUN,because that is what cowards do and their community will make sure of it...
Fran
Deport them along with their family . Let them face horrific consequences. May they rot in hell.
Dennis
I think 20 years HARD LABOUR in Our Penal System would be a good place to start or perhaps 20 years in Solitary Confinement. They have no respect for the Laws of Humanity & should be dealt with accordingly. NO MERCY! 👎🏻👎🏻
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Angie
Sickening...sorry I'm a mother of five, If , GOD FORBID my child did this, I'd honestly say,give my child MAX!! What Sgt. Harnett's family and expecting wife is going through, I NEVER want to experience such heartbreak!!
Angie Pollon
Those two lil prices deserve LIFE!!!
Angie Pollon
Is THIS ENOUGH TRUDEAU???!!!! Or you wanna keep bringing in these terrorists to murder Canadians, our Police!!!!!? I'm Pissed!!!

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