The Latest: Dad of California man shot by police files claim

© The Associated Press In this picture produced using a June 25, 2016, police body-camera video discharged by Fresno Police Department, a cop focuses a weapon towards Dylan Noble demonstrating his back beside his pickup truck as the officer m…

FRESNO, Calif. — The Latest on the police shooting of an unarmed 19-year-old Central California man (all times nearby):

3:15 p.m.

The father of an unarmed 19-year-old man shot and murdered by police in Fresno, California, looks for installment from the city for his child's passing.

Darren Noble documented a case Thursday saying a society of remiss control in the Fresno police office drove officers to unnecessarily kill his child.

Officers shot Dylan Noble, who is white, on June 25 amid an activity stop. They later learned he was unarmed.

Police Chief Jerry Dyer has discharged officers' body-camera video that shows Noble challenging rehashed yells from officers to demonstrate his hands, or be shot.

The father's lawyer, Warren Paboojian, says police ought to have utilized an immobilizer or canine, instead of savage power.

The city lawyer's office and a police representative declined to remark.

Respectable's mom has recorded a comparative a case.


11:52 p.m.

In spite of requests that he demonstrate both hands and that he would be shot, a 19-year-old California man kept a hand in the face of his good faith and strolled toward police.

As per emotional and realistic body-camera video recently discharged by police, officers then shot him four times.

Police Chief Jerry Dyer says it turned out Noble was unarmed and had just a little, discharge plastic holder with an obscure reason in his grasp.

However, the boss says officers had no chance to get of knowing since he declined to participate.

One officer shot him twice as Noble hollered that he detests his life. He was all the while moving his arms, and officers were all the while yelling for him to stop, as he lay on the ground. Another shot from the same officer and a fourth from a second officer at long last made him stop.
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