The officer has since been relieved of duty even as the Miami-Dade police director called for an investigation into the use of force.
The officer responsible for his death has been fired.
The incident, which was reportedly over the woman's failure to wear a mask at Walmart, is now at the center of a police investigation.
An exam conducted by a forensic pathologist hired by the family of Emantic Bradford Jr., shows that the 21-year-old was shot three times in the back.
The FBI database will track police encounters in which deadly force is used, or where serious bodily injury occurs, however there is no requirement for agencies to participate.
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