Sacramento police release more footage in Stephon Clark shooting By Darran Simon and Dave Alsup, CNN Updated 0300 GMT (1100 HKT) April 17, 2018 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. The department's policy at the time of Clark's death addressed deactivation of the cameras but not specifically muting them, according to Police Chief Daniel Hahn. International Arabic Español © 2018 Cable News Network.
A different officer says he is about to mute his body camera minutes later. Check your inbox for details. Obayashi said the officers called for a less-lethal weapon because they had strength in numbers. "If he pulls a gun, they can shoot. Police said that the officers ordered the man to stop and show his hands, but that he ran toward the back of the home. How long did it take officers to render aid to Stephon Clark?
A woman in the background was heard saying "he has no legs". Shine me a light,” one officer said. “Come on buddy, wake up, breathe for me. Sacramento Bee reporter Cathy Locke answers your questions about crime news, trends and issues. A cellphone -- but no gun -- was found near his body. The officer administered CPR for at least two more minutes before a Sacramento firefighter took over. "Yeah, he's gone.