Case of Officer Mohamed Noor in Justine Damond killing
Justine Ruszczyk Damond, a 40-year-old woman who called 911 on July 14, 2018, to report a possible assault in the alley behind her south Minneapolis home, was fatally shot by police officer Mohamed Noor.
In her first remarks since the high-profile shooting and her return to town, Harteau said the department will take a close look at its body camera policies and acknowledged the officers' cameras should have been on.
Justine Damond spent her last moments trying to help a stranger, according to a 911 transcript. Soon afterward, a responding Minneapolis officer, Mohamed Noor, fired his gun from inside a patrol vehicle and killed her.
In his first public comments since the shooting of Justine Damond, Gov. Mark Dayton called the death a "horrible" tragedy but said he had no additional information to draw conclusions about what happened.
Justine Damond spent her last moments trying to help a stranger. At 11:27 on Saturday night, Damond called police to report a possible sexual assault, according to a 911 transcript obtained by the Star Tribune Wednesday.
The agency released the first account of what happened that night based on a Tuesday interview with officer Matthew Harrity, 25, who was driving. Officer Mohamed Noor, who fired, has not talked with investigators.
The Minnesota BCA released the first account of what happened the night Justine Damond was shot based on a Tuesday interview with officer Matthew Harrity, 25, who was driving. Officer Mohamed Noor, who fired, has not talked with investigators.
Mayor Betsy Hodges, MPD Assistant Chief Medaria Arradondo and Minneapolis Council Member Linea Palmisano held a briefing to provide an update regarding the officer involved shooting which occurred on July 15.