RED BLUFF, Calif. - The Red Bluff Police Department released its first public video briefing about an officer-involved shooting that killed one person on April 14.
This is the department's first public video briefing. These videos are designed to show evidence gathered during investigations, according to Red Bluff Police Chief Kyle Sanders.
The incident started with a 911 call reporting a man who was banging on the doors of a closed business and screaming that he wanted a gun.
Police believe the suspect in the call was the same man officers killed later that evening.
Audio of the 911 call starts at 3:17.
Audio between dispatch and officers starts at 4:15.
Body camera footage of the confrontation starts at 6:25.
WARNING: The body camera footage contains graphic images and language. Viewer discretion is advised.
The investigation is ongoing.
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