Oklahoma City police released body camera footage of officer-involved shooting that occurred in a Northwest Oklahoma City neighborhood Monday, September 9, 2019. Police officers fatally shot Quentin Broadus Monday afternoon after he had killed his wife, 33-year-old Caleea Broadus and led police on a three-mile chase. After the pursuit came to an end, bodycam footage shows Quentin exit the vehicle with a gun in his hand and that’s when six police officers fired at Quentin, striking him. No officers were injured and all have since been cleared in the incident.
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