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The Arizona police have released bodycam images depicting the fatal shooting of Antonio Arce
The police in Arizona released bodycam images that show that one of their agents fired multiple shots and let a 14-year-old boy run away.
Baby-faced Antonio Arce was carrying a replica pistol and burying a car when he was shot dead Tuesday by an officer who was identified only as Jaen, police said.
The devastated family of the boy called for justice and around 100 people held a vigil outside the Tempe police station on Thursday.
The footage shows Jaen, an officer of 17 years old, arrives in a car and parks in an alley to investigate the reported burglary.
He sees the suspect in a gray pickup opposite his squad car and crawls behind a large, black plastic garbage can before he & # 39; hey & # 39; calls and raises his handgun.
The suspect then steps out of the passenger side of the truck and starts running down the alley that is lined with wooden fencing, chain link and concrete block.
Jaen fires two shots while the suspect runs away and shouts: "Let me see your hands. Shot fired, shot shot. & # 39;
Body Camera Video & # 39; s Jaen arrives in a car and parks in an alley with a reported burglary
He sees the suspect in a gray pickup opposite his squad car and raises his pistol
The suspect steps out of the passenger side of the truck and starts running out of the alley
The police have released bodycam recordings depicting the fatal shooting of Antonio Arce
The police chief said that Jaen, left, has been an officer for 17 years and has been placed on administrative leave. Antonio's family, including his brother Jason Gonzalez, demanded justice and watched the teen
He chases the teenager through the alley and calls: "He has a gun, he has a gun."
The video does not show the suspect – who seems to hold something in his hand – again after he has disappeared from view.
Antonio's brother, Jason Gonzalez, told KPHO-TV: "A policeman has a Taser pistol right? Why do not you shoot him with a Taser? & # 39;
His mother Sandra Gonzalez added: & # 39; If they want to tarnish my son, they are wrong. & # 39;
Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir said: "I must begin by expressing my participation in the young man's family. The loss of his life is tragic. I am very sorry for their loss. & # 39;
She asked people to refuse a decision until an investigation has been completed.
Sandra Gonzalez, the mother of a 14-year-old murdered boy, shot by Tempe Police, said: & # 39; If they want to tarnish my son, they are wrong.
Antonio Arce's mother Sandra Gonzalez, left, joins another family member, right and others in front of the Tempe Police headquarters to hold a protest and a wake for the boy
A proof of what Tempe, Ariz., Police says, is the replica gun recovered from a boy who was shot by an officer, left
Police Sgt. Ronald Elcock, flanked by photos, some of them video of the camera of the body worn by the officer who shot the boy who was carrying a replica gun
The police in this suburb of Phoenix say the burglary suspect was shot by an officer, a 14-year-old boy with a replica gun
Moir said that one of the two shots hits the teen in the back shoulder blades and the other hits a wall. He died in the hospital.
Jaen, who has completed a battle tour in Iraq for the National Guard of the Army, is now on administrative leave.
There has been at least one other police admission who killed a teenager in the largest province of Arizona since the beginning of the year.
A Phoenix police officer shot and killed Jacob Michael Harris, 19, after security officers allegedly saw him and three others were engaged in armed robbery.
An investigation into the shooting has started in collaboration with prosecutors, which is common in shootings involving the officer.
Friends of the family put together a GoFundMe page to pay for the funeral expenses of the teenager.