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(Submitted Photo) "Show me your hands, show me your (expletive) hands!
" Days says, as Worley approaches the driver's side with what appears to be his gun drawn. We've got a gun in his glove compartment," Days said. " In the passenger seat, Reid, 36, can be heard what sounds like "let me out of the (expletive) car" and seconds later, the passenger side door opens and Days goes backward. Reid previously spent about 13 years in state prison for shooting at three New Jersey State Police troopers when he was a teenager.
Days asks the driver to get his driver's license and seconds later, the officer is seen pulling his gun. Reid, 36, of Seabrook -- the man who was fatally shot by Bridgeton police officers Tuesday, Dec.
But State Police detective Rodney Owens testified that no physical evidence exists suggesting Few’s vehicle had collided with Greenhouse’s patrol car.
In the newly released body cam video recorded by Marksville Police Sergeant Kenneth Parnell III, three police cruisers briefly pursue Few’s SUV for several seconds before he parks his vehicle and can be seen holding his empty hands in the air. Parnell told the court that even though he approached the driver’s window with his gun drawn, he did not pull the trigger because the police sergeant did not fear for his life.
The race difference led many to believe that the shooting was racially motivated, generating a widespread controversy.
Slager was charged with murder after a video surfaced which showed him shooting Scott from behind while Scott was fleeing, and which contradicted his police report.
The driver puts his hand out of the window and Days appears to attempt to open the passenger side door, as he says "Don't (expletive) move! Days reaches through the window and retrieves what appears to be a silver object, removing it from the car. Eh, eh, Jerame, you reach for something, you're going to be (expletive) dead," Days said. Reid gets out of the car with what appear to be his hands in front his chest. Reid was also arrested this summer on charges of obstruction, resisting arrest, possession of narcotics and failure to appear in Millville Municipal Court.