VIDEO: Shocking bodycam footage shows a shooting outside a California police station

California police released shocking body camera footage showing an assault on officers outside a police station in the city of La Habra.

The video material is from a fatal incident This took place on August 6, 2021, after a woman called police around 7 p.m. to report a man following her on the freeway. She drove to the La Habra Police Station and he followed her.

“I turned and he’s following me,” the woman said in the call to the 911 center. “Every time I change lanes, he follows me.”

When they got to the station, the man got out of his car and walked to the foyer, where police tried to speak to him on the intercom.

Moments later, body camera footage of La Habra Police Officer Mark Milward showed him walking to the station, where 22-year-old Matthew-Tuan Ahn Tran was standing in the foyer. Milward was accompanied by another officer, Abigail Fox.

Surveillance video from the station showed Milward speaking briefly to Tran, who denied following the woman.

Milward walked away and seconds later he turned to see Tran shooting at him with a gun. Tran fired two shots at Milward.

Fox then returned fire at Tran, who died at the scene. The officer fired five times, shooting Tran in the head, right thigh and body.

Milward was hospitalized and discharged a week later. He was wearing protective armor and suffered minor injuries.

After a months-long investigation, Fox deleted when shooting. Prosecutors said the shooting was warranted because they did not have time to de-escalate the situation or use less than deadly force. The prosecutor’s report also said an autopsy found amphetamine, marijuana and methamphetamine in Trans’s system.

Here is the shocking bodycam footage:

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https://www.theblaze.com/news/bodycam-police-shooting-la-habra VIDEO: Shocking bodycam footage shows a shooting outside a California police station

Laura Coffey

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