Family wants to know why Raleigh police officer shot mentally-challenged son

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Sunday night, Marcel Leroy Jordan, 33, is hooked up to a breathing machine at WakeMed. His parents spend their days sitting at his hospital bedside, according to WTVD.

Jordan’s parents told ABC11 he just came through surgery number two, but most likely has many more to go.

While they prepare for that, they just want to know what exactly happened for their son to be shot by police.

On Wednesday, Raleigh police surrounded an office complex in the 3800 block of Raleigh’s Barrett Drive — off Six Forks Road near Interstate 440.


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