Dallas police have taken the electronic locks from the apartments of Amber Guyger and Botham Jean to help them find out what happened the night Guyger walked into Jean’s apartment and shot him dead.
Have you been confused by the ever-changing narrative and details that keep getting added to the story of what happened the night Dallas police officer Amber Guyger shot and killed Botham Jean—an innocent black man who was minding his own business in his own apartment?
More details are being added to the confusing narrative of just what happened when Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger reportedly shot and killed Botham Jean in his own apartment Thursday night.
Amber Guyger, the Dallas police officer who reportedly shot and killed 26-year-old Botham Jean in his own apartment on Thursday night, turned herself in to Dallas Police on Sunday evening.
Dallas Police identified the off-duty, uniformed police officer who shot and killed a black man in his own apartment as Amber Guyger, a four-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department. Guyger claims that she mistook Botham Jean’s South Side Flats unit for her own.
The number of applications for employment at the Dallas Police Department has almost quadrupled since Police Chief David Brown told protesters, "We're hiring" at a news conference shorty after the ambush that left five officers dead, according to the Washington Post.
A peaceful protest took place in Dallas July 7 to raise awareness of the police killings of Alton Sterling, 37, by Baton Rouge, La., police officers, and Philando Castile, 32, by a Minnesota police officer. At the rally's conclusion, shots rang out.