DENVER (AP) – Prosecutors say a police will not be responsible for the death of a homeowner who had just…
DENVER (AP) – Prosecutors say a police will not be responsible for the death of a homeowner who had just killed an intruder in his suburbs in Denver.
Adams County District Attorney Dave Young released his decision Monday, who writes this camera’s football, shows that the police repeatedly told Richard “Gary” Black to release his weapon before an officer kicked.
Police later learned that Black, a 73-year-old veteran from the Vietnam War, defended his grandson from an intruder striking the child.
The letter says that the police who arrived at the house heard a shot so looked out of a hall with a gun and a flashlight.
Camera photography showed that Black came against officers, lifted the torch and Aurora Police Officer Drew Limbaugh shot three times.
Police have said that Black had hearing impairment due to his military service.
WARNING: Graphic images below. Released by Aurora Police after consultation with the family.