Phoenix police release edited bodycam video of police shooting at Chili's restaurant

5/25/2022 3:40:00 AM

Phoenix police release edited bodycam video of police shooting at Chili's restaurant

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Phoenix police release edited bodycam video of police shooting at Chili's restaurant

The Phoenix Police Department released bodycam footage from an officer-involved shooting on May 9 outside of a Chili's restaurant.

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The shooting took place near Seventh Street and Bell Road after officers received a call of a man breaking windows and throwing bottles at cars, police said in a release.Police said the officers found a man holding a"river rock" and acting erratically who matched the description given by 911 callers, according to the release.

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The shooting took place near Seventh Street and Bell Road  after officers received a call of a man breaking windows and throwing bottles at cars, police said in a release. Police said the officers found a man holding a"river rock" and acting erratically who matched the description given by 911 callers, according to the release. The videos released include footage from the body-worn camera of the officer who fired his weapon. The critical incident video, released Monday , includes audio from three 911 calls made in the area. The 15 year old was. According to the video, one caller described the man as"violent. Privette, who was sworn in as an officer in December 2014 and is assigned to the Narcotics Division." Video footage from both officers shows them approach the man and order him to drop the rock and get on the ground as one officer holds a Taser and the other points his gun at the man. This is a developing story.

  Footage shows one officer telling the other to put away a Taser and instead use a stun bag. Warning: The video is graphic and contains strong language. Sgt. Phil Krynsky, a department spokesperson, said in the video the man was outside the effective distance of a Taser, leading to the request for a stun bag.m. The stun bag is considered a less-lethal alternative, according to Krynsky. Footage from one officer shows the man running away. According to police, members of the HPD Narcotics Division Tactical Team were searching for Randle, 29, who was wanted on three felony warrants.

The officer is seen chasing after him while continuing to order the man to drop the rock. The officer chasing the man is heard requesting a stun bag multiple times during the chase, according to the footage. According to HPD, officers tried to initiate a traffic stop, but the driver of the vehicle refused to stop and a pursuit began. The video cuts and continues in another parking lot of a shopping center. Budget: Phoenix to spend $63M more on police, homeless services next year. The vehicle came to a stop. Here's how the funds will be doled out Footage shows the man temporarily leaving the view of the camera and quickly coming back into view in the patio of a Chili's restaurant, before raising his arm and appearing as though he is about to throw the rock.

He does not throw the rock, and officers continue to ask the man to drop the rock, footage shows. Police say an officer gave a verbal command to Randle to show his hands, and then the officer fired one shot. The man is seen approaching a door that leads inside of the restaurant. Officers order the man to not enter and as the man opens the door and walks in, an officer shoots his gun at him at least three times, the footage shows. FOLLOW THE LATEST HOUSTON NEWS In the moments leading up to the shooting, Officer Privette’s body-worn camera video shows the officer get out of the patrol vehicle holding a gun. The man is seen laying on the floor when an officer approaches the restaurant and opens the door, footage shows. Krynsky says in the video officers would put a tourniquet on the man to help his injuries before being taken to a hospital. Randle collapses to the ground.

According to Krynsky, the officer involved in the shooting has been with the Phoenix Police Department for 15 years. An investigation into the incident was ongoing. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. No further information was available as of Tuesday afternoon. Reach breaking news reporter Adam Terro at . Advertisement Earlier this month, Randle’s family spoke at a press conference alongside civil rights attorney Ben Crump and demanded that the body cam video of the shooting be released.