Who is Nika Nicole Holbert? Bio, Wiki, Age, Investigation, Shot And Killed By Cop Full Details

Nika Nicole Holbert Bio/Wiki

Nika Nicole Holbert, who was shot and Tasered by a cop after firing her gun at him during a stop and search, has passed away.

Last Thursday morning, Nika Nicole Holbert was caught on camera pulling her gun on Nashville police officer Josh Baker.


She was 31 years old.

Shot And Killed By Cop Full Details (With Footage)

Officer Baker tries to detain Holbert in the parking lot of a Dollar General store on Brick Church Pike in Nashville, Tennessee, according to a newly released video.

According to news, Officer Josh Baker pulled over a black Chevrolet Camaro whose driver had six outstanding drug warrants.

Officer Josh Baker approaches Holbert as she lights up a cigarette in the video.

When Holbert returned to the car, he told her, “Listen,”

“Just come back here. I just think we’re getting off on the wrong foot.”

Officer Baker allegedly found what seemed to be marijuana and a white powdery substance while attempting to arrest her, prompting him to call for backup.

When he threatens to apprehend her, Baker tells her to “turn around,” “No hold on, don’t put me in handcuffs, I haven’t done anything wrong”.

Holbert then becomes hysterical and flees the cop, returning to her car.

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Before tasering Holbert, the officer tells her to get on the ground.

Holbert, on the other hand, easily draws a pistol and aims it at the cop, who yells: “Ma’am, put the gun down! Put the gun down!”

As he returns fire, the suspect shoots several shots at the officer’s body, causing him to fall on the ground.

She then tosses her pistol to the ground before fleeing the scene, her car window broken by gunshots. When she reverses, blood can be seen on her side through the open car door.

Holbert was later involved in a car accident at the intersection of Brick Church Pike and Moorewood Drive and was rushed to Skyline Medical Center, where she died.

After surgery, the officer was admitted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and is now in stable condition.

In a statement, Mayor John Cooper said: What happened today is a reminder that being a police officer anywhere can be a dangerous job.

“My thoughts and prayers are with Officer Baker and with the families of everyone involved.”


Investigations are being conducted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Metro Nashville Community Oversight, the city’s independent law enforcement review agency.

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