Virginia Beach, Virginia 2021-11-30 15:02:52 –
Virginia Beach, Virginia (WAVY) — Virginia Beach police officer, who fatally shot 25-year-old Donobon Lynch at Oceanfront in March, charged a special grand jury with acting in Virginia Beach federal self-defense. Will not be done. Colin Stall announced Tuesday.
The special grand jury concluded that there was no reason to prosecute Solomon D. Simmons III, a police officer who shot Lynch deadly. According to Stall, a special grand jury examines evidence that Lynch may have been seen as a threat to Simmons and several others in the region shortly after 50 shootouts were held nearby. I believed it because I did it.
According to investigators, Lynch had a round gun registered in the chamber at the time, which was found at Bushline, right next to where Lynch was shot. Simmons fired three ammunition during the incident.
Stolle and his office will be announced on Tuesday in the Oceanfront 19th and 20th Avenue areas after an extensive presentation including body camera footage from multiple officers in the area early in the morning of March 26th. bottom. As previously reported, the Simmons body camera wasn’t on at that time.
The footage shows a chaotic scene that led to the shooting, and Simmons told his fellow police officers “I shot him” after the incident.
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