An affidavit also listed that the following items were found during the apartment search: two bullet casings, a police backpack, a lunch box, laptop computer, metal marijuana grinder, two electronic keys and two used packages of medical aid.
In addition, Dallas News reports, Amber Guyger is only leave from the police department and allegedly "Dallas police aren't ready to discuss whether she will keep her job as an officer". He was black. The officer was white.
The warrants also show that photographs, videos and laser measurements of firearm trajectory were taken in Jean's apartment and gunshot residue from his apartment's door frame and kitchen wall were collected, the WFAA story said.
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A Dallas police officer's explanation that she killed a black neighbor who lived above her because she mistook his apartment for her own has been dismissed as implausible and self-serving by his family and their lawyers. A grand jury has convened.
The response to the news of Dallas police criminalizing Jean was scathing. It is still not clear whether the door was locked or unlocked because Guyger's story has changed and Jean isn't alive to defend himself.
As of now, Guyger has been charged with manslaughter and released on bail, although she could reportedly face more serious charges. The discovery of pot in Jean's home is "completely irrelevant", he points out to KXAS.
A warrant signed by 292nd District Court Judge Brandon Birmingham says police meant to search Jean's apartment for "any contraband, such as narcotics", that could "constitut [e] evidence of a criminal offense".More news: Govt will maintain 3.3% fiscal deficit target: Jaitley
The officer told police that she concluded her apartment was being burglarized and gave verbal commands to the figure, which ignored them. He cited a police search warrant request that asked permission to search Jean's apartment for drugs.
"You go ahead and put it in there just in case you find it", Mulder said.
His mother, Allison Jean, recalled her son's commitment to his faith at a prayer vigil last weekend. Inside, the lights were off, and she saw a figure in the darkness that cast a large silhouette across the room, according to the officer's account.More news: Florence, a wet and unwanted visitor, besieges Carolinas