Police bodycam documents shooting
By Shepard Ambellas
MUSKOGEE, Oak. (INTELLIHUB) — Officer Chansey McMillin of the Muskogee Police Department has landed himself in the spotlight of the press after fatally shooting Terence Walker, 21, in the back outside a local church in front of eyewitnesses.
The tragic event, which took place outside the Old Agency Baptist Church, was captured on the officers body camera and is now making rounds on the Internet.
According to reports, Walker told his girlfriend that he had ‘a bullet with her name on it’, and may have been planning to shoot her.
When McMillin arrived on scene, the officer approached Walker in the church parking lot to him about recent reports of “repeated” threats against his girlfriend, Walker seemed nervous, and was visibly “shaking”.
“Just relax”, the officer told Walker.
However during the police pat-down Walker suddenly fled on foot dropping something, possibly a cell phone or gun, onto the ground shortly after.
When Walker tried to recover the fumbled object the officer fired a burst of shots, striking Walker 3 times fatally wounding him.
It was reported that the officer “believed the item to be a firearm”.
Once officers searched the lifeless body of the suspect they did in fact declare that he had a gun.
“It is our belief that the video clearly shows the suspect pointing a gun at the officer”, said police in an official statement.
This is officer McMillin’s second shooting in 6 months as reported by Complex.
McMillin has been placed on “administrative leave” while an investigation is being conducted.
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