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OKCPD obtains search warrant for Stavian Rodriguez’s Snapchat in the hours leading up to alleged robbery, deadly officer-involved shooting – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-04-22 15:45:37 –

Oklahoma City (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police obtained a search warrant for the 15-year-old Stabian Rodriguez’s Snapchat account the night he was shot dead by a police officer at a gas station robbery site.

November 2020, 15-year-old Stabian Rodriguez And his best friend, 17-year-old Wyatt Cheesam Police said they robbed downtown of convenience while they had their guns.

Police said Rodriguez later returned to the crime scene without Chisam. At that time, a conflict with the police occurred, and Rodriguez was shot and killed by a police officer.

You can hear the policeman yelling in the body camera video, “Get to the ground.”

“Don’t do that. Get to the ground,” exclaimed the policeman.

You can hear another cop “dropping” screaming.

In the surveillance video, 15-year-old Stavian Rodriguez can be seen climbing through a drive-through window with a gun.

Next, the video shows Rodriguez being fatally shot by five police officers after dropping his gun and reaching for his pants.

Rodriguez was shot 13 times, according to an autopsy report obtained by KFOR in March.

5 policemen, Jared Barton, Corey Adams, John Skuta, Bethany Sears, and Brad Pemberton have all been charged with manslaughter.

The sixth police officer, Sarah Curly, who fired a less lethal weapon, was not charged.

Five officers are currently on paid leave.

Police said Stabian refused to obey their orders and made suspicious hand movements, but witnesses told KFOR that he appeared to be pulling his pants after he dropped the gun. Told.

No other weapon was found for him.

The document also states that “the mobile phone was recovered from the left rear pocket that I had in my hand at the time of the shooting.”

According to mobile phone police, it contains evidence of an armed robbery that occurred before Rodriguez died.

According to the affidavit, Stabian’s Snapchat included a photo of the hoodie and COVID mask he wore in the robbery, and the gun used during the crime.

The warrant will be approved for your Stavian account information from November 9, 2020 to December 1, 2020.

OKCPD obtains search warrant for Stavian Rodriguez’s Snapchat in the hours leading up to alleged robbery, deadly officer-involved shooting Source link OKCPD obtains search warrant for Stavian Rodriguez’s Snapchat in the hours leading up to alleged robbery, deadly officer-involved shooting

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