North Carolina police shoot man in response to “uptick” in crime in black neighborhood

  • A man was killed by police in Durham, North Carolina, Tuesday afternoon.
  • During a press conference, Chief CJ Davis the shooting occurred around 12:30 p.m. local time. 
  • “During a conversation [with officers], the man made a sudden movement toward his waistband and a struggle ensued,” Davis said. “During the struggle the officers heard a gunshot. In response, an officer fired his weapon.”
  • A firearm not belonging to Durham police was found next to the victim’s body, Davis said.
  • The officers were patrolling a housing development in the McDougald Terrace neighborhood due to an uptick in robberies and violent crime.
  • Davis told reporters at the news conference that there is no body camera or dashboard camera footage of the shooting.
  • The shooting is being investigated by state officials and the officers have been placed on administrative leave, the chief said.
  • This is a developing story.

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