ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Bonette Kymbrelle Meeks, 26, confessed to the fatal shooting of North County Cooperative Officer Michael Langsdorf, 40, on Sunday June 23, 2019.

Officer Langsdorf and Bonette Meeks Mug

News 4’s Venton Blandin was the only reporter outside as Meeks was being moved to the St. Louis County Jail. 

Blandin asked Meeks about the fatal shooting. Meeks showed very little reaction and gave no verbal response.

News 4 talked with Bonette Meeks’ father, Bonette Meeks, Sr., and received this letter sent on behalf of the Meeks family:

On behalf of the actions of Bonette Kymbrelle Meeks. The family would like to express our deepest sympathy and send our condolences to the Michael Langsdorf children, parents, fiancee, family and friends. We are devastated that Michael Langsdorf family has to endure such heartache. We know there are no words that can change the outcome of what has happened. We will continue to pray the strength that we all shall see light at the end of this darkened tunnel and GOD will continue to be a fence around us all.
With Sincere Sympathy and Condolences, Meeks Family

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