Sunny Side Up: Vigilante or good Samaritan: Did the man who fired shots during a traffic stop to ‘protect the officer’ do the right thing?

Sunny Side Up: Vigilante or good Samaritan: Did the man who fired shots during a traffic stop to ‘protect the officer’ do the right thing?

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - “Sunny Side Up” is a daily morning talk show that airs on CBS-Cleveland 19 News featuring Wake Up Cleveland’s Neeha Curtis and Julian Glover.

Sunny Side Up: Vigilante or good Samaritan: Did the man who fired shots during a traffic stop to ‘protect the officer’ do the right thing?

On Friday’s edition of “Sunny Side Up”:

A frenetic chain of events unfolded in Parma on Tuesday night when an officer and a vigilante converged on a suspect’s car, leading to a shooting and police chase.

According to Parma Police, an officer pulled over a suspect -- Shon Burton, 22, of Cleveland -- at Snowville Shopping Center for driving erratically and running a red light.

As Burton came to a stop, the vigilante -- a concealed carry gun owner, driving a Jeep -- blocked the suspect’s car in an attempt to help the officer.

This brings us to the question of the day:

Vigilante or good Samaritan: Did the man who fired shots during a traffic stop to ‘protect the officer’ do the right thing?

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