A North Texas high-speed chase ends with an officer shooting and killing a suspect. The officer faces up to 20 years in prison for what has now been deemed a crime. In a rare move, a Grand Jury indicted the former police officer for manslaughter.
A grand jury indicted a former North Texas police officer Monday on a manslaughter count after he fired 41 times at a fleeing unarmed suspect who died from gunshot wounds.
Officials with Garland police have terminated one of their officers. Patrick Tuter was fired for violating department pursuit and use of force policies. Tuter shot at a suspect more than three dozen times, hitting him three.
The family of the man shot and killed by a Garland Police Officer is demanding answers.
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