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Video: Surveillance Footage Clarifies Walmart OIS

March 29, 2011  | 


A Walmart's surveillance footage and 911 calls have shed new light on an officer-involved shooting in January that left a 13-year-old runaway and her 31-year-old companion dead.

The shooting occurred on Jan. 23 at about 4 p.m., when Kitsap County (Wash.) Sheriff's Office deputies approached Anthony Martinez in a Walmart parking lot in Port Orchard.

Read the full story at DeseretNews.com. Watch the video:

VIDEO: Walmart Parking Lot OIS

Related:

Wash. Deputies Wounded In Walmart Gunfight

Tags: Officer Involved Shootings, Foot Pursuits, Kitsap County (Wash.) Sheriff


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