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GRAPEVINE (AP) – A small crowd of protesters has gathered in Grapevine to push for the release of a dashboard camera video in a fatal officer-involved shooting.

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Grapevine police spokesman Sgt. Robert Eberling has said the Tarrant County district attorney’s office told them not to release the video because it’s evidence in a criminal investigation.

The police department said officer Robert Clark shot and killed an unarmed Mexican citizen, 31-year-old Ruben Villalpando, after a brief car chase on Feb. 20 from Grapevine to Euless.

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The department said Garcia had gotten out of his truck and walked toward Clark, even though the officer repeatedly told him to stop.

A Tarrant County grand jury will review the case that’s being investigated by Euless police.

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