Video released of Oklahoma bond agent fatally shooting man - ABC FOX Montana Local News, Weather, Sports KTMF | KWYB

Video released of Oklahoma bond agent fatally shooting man

Posted: Updated:
STILLWATER, Okla. -

Prosecutors have released video of the fatal shooting of an Oklahoma man by his bond agent - who was acquitted in the case - that shows the man asking why he was being arrested before he's shot.
  
A jury found Chasity Carey not guilty Friday of first-degree murder in the Aug. 9 death of Brandon Williams. Jurors were shown the video in court.
  
Carey called Williams to her Stillwater office planning to revoke his bond and arrest him.
  
The video shows Carey, her son and Williams talking before Carey closes a door. Williams stands and is told to put his hands behind his back, but refuses and asks "Why?" He then moves out of camera view.
  
Carey then pulls a gun from a desk and fires once, fatally striking Williams in the back. Carey testified that the shooting was self-defense.

(Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

  • Top Stories from KHQHomeMore>>

  • Convicted Idaho dog killer arrested in Washington

    Convicted Idaho dog killer arrested in Washington

    Thursday, September 20 2018 2:44 AM EDT2018-09-20 06:44:53 GMT

    A man convicted for killing a dog in Kootenai County was arrested by the Okanogan County deputies on Friday. Austin Stephen Matott was released from jail on a $25,000 on Tuesday. He was pulled over for a routine traffic stop a few days beforehand. Matott was wanted in Idaho for skipping his sentencing hearing last month, August 7. He was found guilty of two charges of animal abuse and cruelty. A jury found Matott responsible for killing a corgi-heeler mix named Hank, who was...

    A man convicted for killing a dog in Kootenai County was arrested by the Okanogan County deputies on Friday. Austin Stephen Matott was released from jail on a $25,000 on Tuesday. He was pulled over for a routine traffic stop a few days beforehand. Matott was wanted in Idaho for skipping his sentencing hearing last month, August 7. He was found guilty of two charges of animal abuse and cruelty. A jury found Matott responsible for killing a corgi-heeler mix named Hank, who was...

  • Freeman delivers care packages in remembrance of Strahan

    Freeman delivers care packages in remembrance of Strahan

    Thursday, September 20 2018 2:13 AM EDT2018-09-20 06:13:27 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Freeman strong. It's been just past a year since a young man opened fire in Freeman High School, killing one student and injuring three others. In that time, students and staff have come a long way in healing and today was another step in that direction. Today, students worked to give back. 

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Freeman strong. It's been just past a year since a young man opened fire in Freeman High School, killing one student and injuring three others. In that time, students and staff have come a long way in healing and today was another step in that direction. Today, students worked to give back. 

  • Elementary school kids go to great lengths to protect flag in Hayden

    Elementary school kids go to great lengths to protect flag in Hayden

    Thursday, September 20 2018 2:12 AM EDT2018-09-20 06:12:50 GMT

    HAYDEN, Idaho - An act of patriotism is going viral online after a Hayden mom caught it on camera. Our viewer Amanda sent us the photo she took at Hayden Meadows Elementary School. She says while she was waiting to pick up her children from school, she saw the trio of kids taking down the flag.

    HAYDEN, Idaho - An act of patriotism is going viral online after a Hayden mom caught it on camera. Our viewer Amanda sent us the photo she took at Hayden Meadows Elementary School. She says while she was waiting to pick up her children from school, she saw the trio of kids taking down the flag.

Powered by Frankly

Features

  • More Features
  • Powered by WorldNow
    All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 Cowles Montana Media. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.