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Volunteer Deputy Who Shot Suspect Faces Arraignment in Oklahoma

July 13, 2015  | 

A former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who fatally shot an unarmed man faces arraignment on a second-degree manslaughter charge, reports the Associated Press.

The former Tulsa County Sheriff's Office reserve deputy is scheduled to appear Monday in Tulsa district court.

He has pleaded not guilty in the April 2 shooting death of Eric Harris, saying he confused his stun gun and handgun.


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Jon Retired LEO @ 7/13/2015 8:25 PM

Good luck with that one Reserve Deputy. That is the reason that the Tazer is worn on the weak side at least that is the way we were trained and used the cross draw.

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