DENVER (KDVR) — The executive director of the Denver Department of Public Safety said bodycam video and video from the city’s High Activity Location Observation cameras showing a July officer-involved shooting that injured innocent bystanders likely will be released on Aug. 16.
“Currently, we are awaiting the defense counsel decision if they object to the release. If they do not object, it is my understanding that the release will occur on August 16 (since I have been told DA (Beth) McCann does not object to the release),” Armando Saldate III said, in an email to the Problem Solvers.
Saldate spoke in front of the Citizen Oversight Board Friday morning, sharing details of the investigation into the July 17 shooting that wounded six innocent people.
Lori Jane Gliha
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