A tragic incident took place that shocked everyone. As we know, the grand rapids shooting incident took place. After seeing such a behavior of the police officer toward a black man, People were horrified.
According to the recent reports, the Grand Rapids Police department released a statement that promised to release a surveillance video of the incident. News has come on the internet. It has taken everyone’s attention and become a hot topic in the town.
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As per the information, a black man was the victim who was shot and killed by an officer, as mentioned in the information. On 4th April 2022, this tragic incident took place. When people started coming across this horrible incident, they condemned the police officers’ actions.
As Patrick Lyoya victim is identified. The black man who was killed was of the age 26 years. During a standoff, this incident took place with a police officer in Grand Rapids earlier this month. As per the reports of the police, Lyoya was shot when he tried to flee from police custody. However, the identity of the accused police officer has not been revealed by the police department.
The family of 26-year-old Patrick Lyoya planned to speak out for the first time since the videos of a Grand Rapids police officer shooting their son were released.https://t.co/TFucJABnhx
— KATU News (@KATUNews) April 14, 2022
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The Grand Rapids Police Department Eric Winstrom is the Chief who said, “police will release some clips during the live press conference, we want to broadcast the event live on Local 4+”. “those videos will ensure the integrity of the investigation to maintain accountability and justice” the Chief said. The video which has been released was the footage of a surveillance camera. Recently, an extensive investigation has been under process in which Kent County Attorney’s Office and Michigan State Police are looking into the matter. But the investigation needs to get to a conclusion.
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