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Nicholas Reardon Wiki, Age, Bio, Wife, Parents, Ohio, Ma’Khia Bryant, Shooting Incident

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Nicholas Reardon

Nicholas Reardon Biography – Nicholas Reardon Wiki

Nicholas Reardon is a United States Air National Guardsman. Reardon has been identified as the Columbus, Ohio cop who shot and killed 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant. He came to the limelight after he fired four shots and killed the 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant. Ma’Khia Bryant was shot on April 20, 2021.
She has been identified as an African-American girl who was shot by Nicholas. Ma’Khia Bryant was attacking two other females using a knife before she was shot and killed by the Columbus, Ohio cop. The incident happened in Columbus.

Reardon was a member of the wrestling team of Bishop Watterson Catholic School in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated in 2016. He went through an eight-week basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Reardon graduated in October 2016. Reardon served in the US military before joining the Columbus Police Department. He has been a member of the Columbus Police Department, since December 2020. Reardon resides in Sunbury, Delaware County, Ohio, United States.

Nicholas Reardon Age

He is in his early 30s.

Nicholas Reardon Parents

He is the son of Edward “Ted” Reardon. His father was a U.S. Air Force veteran. He is also a retired sergeant who worked in the Columbus Division of Police for more than three decades. Reardon’s father was the basic training sergeant at the Columbus Police Academy. He was honored at an Ohio State University football game in Columbus.

Nicholas Reardon Shooting Incident

On April 20, 2021, Reardon fatally shot and killed 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant. According to the bodycam footage, Ma’Khia Bryant can be seen attacking two other females using a knife before Reardon shot her. After the incident, protesters gathered outside Columbus police headquarters for hours on Tuesday, protesting against Ma’Khia Bryant’s shooting. Ma’Khia Bryant’s shooting occurred on the same day as George Floyd’s murder verdict.