Family of Teen Killed by Fresno Police Has Seen Footage of Death; Video Won’t Be Released to Public Yet

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The family of an unarmed 19-year-old man who was fatally shot by Fresno police has reviewed body camera footage of his confrontation with officers, although the video will not yet be released to the public, according to authorities.

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer told local ABC affiliate KFSN-TV that he met with the family of Dylan Noble to share the footage from the officers who conducted the June 25 traffic stop, which is now under investigation by the U.S. attorney general’s office and the FBI.

The police chief previously told The Times that the body camera footage shows a more complete picture of what happened, particularly since the officers who stopped Noble were about 12 to 15 feet away when they opened fire.

The footage is expected to be released to the public after the Fresno County district attorney’s office completes its probe into the shooting. The prosecutors’ inquiry is expected to last at least two months.

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