After Damond's death, signs warn of police 'easily startled'

After Damond's death, signs warn of police 'easily startled'

After Damond's death, signs warn of police 'easily startled'

It says, "upon police arrival, a female "slaps" the back of the patrol squad ..."

Damond, who had made Minneapolis her home and was engaged to be married, had called police about a possible sexual assault in her neighborhood just before midnight. "After that, it is unknown to BCA agents what exactly happened, but the female became deceased in the alley", the court document reads.

Neither officer who responded to the 911 call had activated his body camera at the time of the shooting, and it is now not known what happened before Noor firing his gun and killing Damond.

Police also on Monday released the officers' partly redacted personnel files, which include records of employment and completed training, including weapons training.

Noor was seated in the passenger seat of the patrol vehicle and shot across Harrity, striking Damond, 40, who was set to be married next month.

His file also says he passed all of his annual semi-automatic, handgun and shotgun qualifications, but there are no additional details about how he performed.

The search of the shooting scene roughly seven hours after the shooting yielded items that may help authorities better understand the circumstances leading to Noor shooting Damond, who was unarmed at the time.

The shooting resulted in widespread scrutiny of the fatal shooting and the Minneapolis Police Force, as well as the resignation of Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau.

Noor refused to an interview with Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigators; his lawyer has suggested he feared an ambush. He and Harrity are on paid administrative leave.

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