Metro Police release a 10-minute uncut video of Jocques Clemmons shooting
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--Metro Nashville Police have released an extended video of the fatal shooting of Jocques Clemmons by an officer last week.
The ten minute clip comes after new video was released on Thursday morning. The footage depicts the moments leading up to the shooting by Officer Josh Lippert and what took place in the minutes following the shooting.
Eighteen seconds into the video, Clemmons is seen collapsing between two vehicles after Officer Lippert fires his weapon. Metro Police say Lippert fired the weapon three times during the incident. According to Metro PD spokesman Don Aaron, Officer Lippert can then be seen securing Clemmons' pistol. Aaron adds Clemmons was not handcuffed after the weapon was secured.
Other officers can be seen arriving shortly after and assisting in securing the scene before EMS and Fire crews arrive with a gurney to transport Clemmons approximately ten minutes later. Metro Police have previously stated Clemmons was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and died during surgery.
The video provides the longest viewing of events from the February 10th incident.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and DA Glenn Funk are slated to issue a "Memorandum of Understanding" between the DA’s Office & TBI regarding officer-involved shootings at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
This story will be updated.