via Security Magazine

In late February 2017, Oklahoma City Police Officers responded to a call of alleged illegal activity, where, soon after their arrival a foot chase pursuit began of a suspect who fled the scene. The suspect pulled out a gun while running. The officers clearly instructed him to drop the weapon. When he refused one of the officers shot him, non-lethally. He was then arrested, taken to the hospital and then sent to jail.

The entire incident, however, was filmed using officers’ body cameras and was subsequently released to a news outlet, posted online, only eight days after the shooting.