Bodycam Video Of Fatal Officer Involved Shooting in Pueblo, Colorado

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The Pueblo Police Department on Wednesday released footage of a fatal officer-involved shooting of a man who attempted to run officers down with his car. The video shows a Feb. 5 shooting that killed Andrew Byrd, 35, who backed his vehicle into a patrol car before driving at other officers in the area of Small and Acero avenues just after midnight, police said. Officer Neal Robinson fired one round into the driver’s side of a Toyota Camry, killing Byrd, police said. Hours earlier, a woman reported that her 2005 Lexus sedan was stolen by Byrd, a known gang member with active warrants for his arrest, police said. He then returned to the neighborhood in a Camry. A shootout followed that resulted in Byrd’s death, police said. The video shows the Camry was stuck underneath a semi-truck before backing out and hitting a patrol car. Robinson and fellow officer Bernadette Lambert were placed on paid administrative leave. In August, the Pueblo County District Attorney’s Office ruled the shooting justified. According to police, Robinson said he felt his life was in danger when he saw Byrd reaching for a possible weapon and driving toward him. In a police report, Bernadette fired a shot at “Mr. Byrd based partially on her belief that he had shot Officer Robinson.”

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38 thoughts on “Bodycam Video Of Fatal Officer Involved Shooting in Pueblo, Colorado

  1. Finally a cop that can hit shit right in front of him. If cops would stop spraying their mags down into a car that passes them, and instead take a one or two actually aimed shots, well.. There you go.

  2. Is that really justifiable though? I always see them shoot at people trying to get away and they say “ they were gonna run them over” but clearly here he wasn’t , that kinda looked like murder to me. He posed no type of threat to the officer

  3. that second shot was clearly not justified. usually im like, shoot em in the head, but it was clear there were no officers in immediate danger when that officer fired a second time. JUSTIFIED? the first one, sure, not the second one though. that was clearly murder. justifiable murder, fight or flight, its all the same thing, right? rhyme intended. one of the things that should be considered is a persons natural instinct to run from danger. i dont see how the officers are my friend in that situation, so id want to get away from that situation. in that moment, i forget anything rational and all im worried about is getting away from danger.

    i think the biggest problem we have is a first person view from only cops. lets hear how someone running from the cops feels for once. keep in mind that some "infractions" are minor and still end deadly.

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