Six West Memphis, Arkansas police officers will not be charged in connection with a chase and a shooting that killed two people.
West Memphis Police shot and killed 22-year-old Megan Rivera and 30-year-old De’Angelo Brown during a traffic stop January 16.
Assistant Chief Robert Langston said officers attempted to pull the car over because it had no license plate and had high beams.
When they didn’t pull over, a chase ensued.
Langston said the suspects rammed police cruisers multiple times, and ultimately ran over an officer’s legs.
That’s when six WMPD officers opened fire, killing Brown and Rivera.
Multiple dashboard cameras captured the shooting.
The officer who was hit is out of the hospital but suffered major injuries to both legs.
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