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Heartbreaking footage captured the moment when an off-duty Arizona police officer working as a Walmart security guard shot a 61-year-old man in a wheelchair nine times and killed him after the disabled man allegedly stole. in a shop.

The officer, Ryan Remington, was on an assignment at the Walmart in Tucson on Monday when an employee alerted him around 6 p.m. that a customer in a motorized wheelchair had stolen a toolbox, KGUN reported.

Suspect

The employee caught up with the suspect, later identified as Richard Lee Richards, and asked him to show a receipt in the parking lot.

“Instead of providing the receipt, Mr. Richards brandished a knife and said, ‘Here’s his receipt,'” Police Chief Chris Magnus said in a statement, according to CNN.

The chief said Remington, a four-year member of the Tucson police force, also followed Richards as he “tried to win his cooperation” and hand over the sword.

“Sir. Richards refused to comply and instead continued through the Walmart and Lowe’s parking lots,” Magnus said. “According to the Walmart employee, Mr. Richards said, ‘If you want me to drop the knife, you’ll have to shoot me.’

Tucson police had repeatedly told the man not to enter the store before he was shot.

A second officer then joined Remington at the scene, where the suspect was warned not to enter Lowe’s, but he again reportedly ignored orders.

The graphic video shows Richards beginning to enter the store as Remington tells him, “Don’t go into the store, sir.”

He then opens fire on the suspect, who collapses and falls to the ground after being hit nine times. Remington is then seen handcuffing the man, who does not move.

“To be clear, I am deeply disturbed by Officer Remington’s actions, his use of deadly force in this incident is a clear violation of department policy and directly contradicts multiple aspects of our training on the use of force,” Magnus said. at a press conference on Tuesday.

The suspect crumpled out of his wheelchair to the ground after being shot nine times.

“As a result, the department took action today to fire Officer Remington,” he said, adding that the shooting will be reviewed by the Pima County Prosecutor’s Office.

Magnus said medical personnel were called to the scene “but shortly after, Mr. Richards was pronounced dead.”

Mike Storie, attorney for the Tucson Police Officers Association, said: “What they saw was the edited version of the police department of this event, which was cut and pasted video pieces of this event,” KGUN reported.

“He thought it was appropriate at the time that he used it and still does,” Storie added, referring to Remington.

Statement

“As a result, the department took action today to fire Officer Remington,” he said, adding that the shooting will be reviewed by the Pima County Prosecutor’s Office.

Magnus said medical personnel were called to the scene “but shortly after, Mr. Richards was pronounced dead.”

Mike Storie, attorney for the Tucson Police Officers Association, said: “What they saw was the edited version of the police department of this event, which was cut and pasted video pieces of this event,” KGUN reported.

“He thought it was appropriate at the time that he used it and still does,” Storie added, referring to Remington.

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