from a deadly encounter with a teenager, with its police chief saying he hopes to knock down "misinformation" that the 17-year-old wasn't armed and quell threats made against the agency.The five-minute video from a patrol car's dashboard camera released Wednesday shows Charles Smith pulling out a gun and firing at officers. Police returned fire, killing Smith early Sunday.
Chief Mike Davis said Smith was a rear-seat passenger in a car pulled over for speeding and a headlight violation. In the video, Smith was told three times to stop reaching for something.
A lawyer for Smith's family, Willard Proctor Jr., said it was too early to
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