Exclusive: New details in deadly Cleveland police chase
Dec 5, 2012 10:26 PM
Car driven by Timothy Russell during deadly police chase
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
19 Action News has uncovered exclusive, new evidence in last week's deadly police chase and shooting. We've learned investigators have security video showing how the chase began.
Sources say the video is from a city building. It reportedly shows the suspect's car speeding by, and a police officer starting the chase.
This video could potentially back up the officer's claim that shots were fired outside the Justice Center and show what led to a police chase that ended with officers firing 137 rounds, killing a driver and his passenger.
No gun was found in the suspect's car, which leads many to question if they had one and ditched it or did they not have a weapon at all?
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