Maryland Attorney General’s Office. USA, released shocking images of the police chase that led to the collapse and collapse of the building. Although the accident – which registered one victim and five injuries – took place at the beginning of February, the footage was not released until a month later.
According to the police report and photos of the event that The Washington Post was able to access, the incident occurred on February 8, after a group of officers decided to go after a stolen vehicle. When he got to the section of North Avenue and Wolfe Street, the robber collided with another vehicle.
Mira: Jeff Reitz is the man who holds the Guinness Record for visiting Disneyland 2,995 days in a row
The strong impact caused both cars to go up the sidewalk and crash into the building; which caused the construction to be adored. A few meters from the pedestrian stage, which is known as Alfred Fincher (54); He was buried by falling debris and died.
Five other men, two in a stolen car; They were injured and hospitalized. For the incident they charged the man, identified as Shawn Lee Brunson (33).
Officials’ actions in the event are subject to the expertise of the Attorney General’s Office of Independent Investigations Division, created in 2021 to shed light on all capital deaths in the state of Maryland.
Among these lines, the police department was encouraged to share photographs of the body of one of the uniformed officers. The footage, last last than a minute, tells the group of agents who were led on the hunt One can hear how they are being asked not to continue on the radio.
It will now be up to the Baltimore State Attorney’s Office to decide whether or not to prosecute the police. According to local law, CBS notes, the police can only pursue a vehicle if there is a direct threat or suspicion that the driver has committed a crime that caused death or injury before the flight.
The policy also prohibits prosecution if the initial offense is a crime against property, such as vehicle theft or traffic violations.
In broad law, factors to consider before proceeding with an investigation include public safety, familiarity with the area, knowledge of the suspect in other ways, and the persons or hostages who are traveling in the stolen vehicle, among others.