A family member of Andrew Brown Jr. offers a different account of what happened when police fatally shot the 42-year-old Black man in Elizabeth City.
Officer Jason Fletcher is accused of using "unreasonable deadly force" after fatally shooting Steven Taylor at a Walmart in April.
Community members gathered in front of a D.C. Metro Police station on Wednesday to decry the police-involved shooting of Deon Kay.
Los Angeles sheriff's deputies approached Dijon Kizzee for violating a vehicle code while riding his bike before the fatal encounter.
Jacob Blake, 29, is reportedly in serious condition after being shot multiple times by police in front of witnesses, including his children.
Police released multiple videos, claiming that Anthony McClain, who was running away, had reached for a handgun from his waistband.
Former Atlanta officer Garrett Rolfe had multiple citizen complaints dating back to 2015, and documents show no action was taken.
The officer responsible for his death has been fired.
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Indianapolis police said an officer tried to stop Dreasjon "Sean" Reed using a taser, which was "ineffective," before gunfire was exchanged.
The man, identified by family as Sean Reed, pleaded on Facebook Live for somebody to "come get me" moments before the shooting.
Mubarak Soulemane, 19, was shot and killed by Connecticut State Police Trooper Brian North following a carjacking and subsequent car chase.
Miami City Police Capt Javier Ortiz has been relieved of his duties following a public appearance where he claimed that he was Black.
Yolanda Carr is the second parent who has passed away within months of daughter Atatiana Jefferson's untimely and senseless killing.
Dean fatally shot Jefferson from outside her home through a bedroom window within four seconds of seeing what he "perceived to be a threat."
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice issued a statement calling for "the termination of all those found to be involved in this conduct."
Fort Worth police are responsible for numerous shooting deaths this year. A review panel has been selected to investigate current policies.
“Based on all evidence reviewed, it is my firm opinion that no crime was committed by the officer, as his actions constituted justifiable homicide," DA Schuyler Marvin wrote in a letter sent to Bossier Police Chief Shane McWilliams on Monday.
Communities around the nation are mobilizing to demand justice for Atatiana Jefferson and all the Black women killed by police officers.