BREAKING: Grand Rapids, MI Police Release Video Of Fatal Shooting…Black Male Suspect Patrick Lyoya Appears To Be Resisting Arrest…Officer Can Be Heard Yelling: “Let go of the taser!” [VIDEO]
At the conference, the city’s police chief, Eric Winstrom, refused to name the officer who shot Lyoya because he has not been charged with any crime. The officer, however, is on paid leave pending the investigation.
The videos – from the police car’s camera, the camera worn by the officer, a neighborhood home surveillance camera, and the passenger’s phone – show Lyoya and another passenger being pulled over in a residential neighborhood. After the police car and the car Lyoya is driving come to a stop, Lyoya exits the vehicle despite the officer yelling at him to “stay in the car” repeatedly.
The police officer tries to bring Lyoya over to the police car but is again met with a struggle. It seems that the officer pulls out his taser, which is then grabbed by Lyoya. You can hear the officer repeatedly demand him to “let go of the taser,” which Lyoya doesn’t appear to listen to.
- GRAPHIC WARNING
- Gunman opened fire on a northbound N train at 8.24am on Tuesday as it pulled into 36th St Station
- He had been calmly sitting on the train but then put on a gas mask and detonated a smoke bomb
- Passengers were trapped in the subway car – they tried to get to the next car but the door was locked
- When the train arrived at 36th St, injured victims spilled out onto the platform trailing blood
- The gunman, described as heavy-set, black, 5ft 5 and wearing a vest, fled and he remains at large
- A U-Haul van was rented in Philadelphia and has been tracked down five miles from the scene
- Investigators believe they know who the gunman is, having identified the suspect after finding a credit card at the scene that was also used to rent the U-Haul cargo van
- Law enforcement told Newsweek the suspect was the previously known to the FBI, having been entered into the Guardian Lead terrorism monitoring system in New Mexico, and discharged in 2019
- His .380 automatic handgun jammed which stopped him from shooting more at the station
- A bag of Falcon Rising fireworks, Seismic Wave smoke canisters and three extended magazines were found
- The NYPD is doubling the number of police officers on the subway tonight
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NYC subway shooter’s U-Haul found abandoned in Brooklyn: suspect was on the FBI’s terrorist radar in New Mexico until 2019, was cleared after multiple interviews.
The shooter is described as a black male, overweight and 5’5’ has not yet been publicly identified and he remains on the loose.