Charlotte to release all police video in Keith Lamont Scott shooting
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has made arrangements for members of Keith Lamont Scott’s family to review in its entirety the remaining body-worn camera and dash cam video of events following the deadly shooting.
Scott’s family requested in writing at 4:49 p.m. Friday that the video footage be released publicly.
The Police Department will honor the family’s request and release the video next week after the family has reviewed it.
Scott, who police said had a gun, was shot and killed by a CMPD officer on Sept. 20 in northeast Charlotte.
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