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A 40-year-old woman who family members said called 911 to report a possible assault in the alley behind her home Saturday night was fatally shot by a Minneapolis police officer. The woman, Justine Damond, from Sydney, Australia, and her fiancé lived in the 5000 block of Washburn.
The shooting happened at the end of the alley on W. THE LATEST: Officer heard loud noise before partner shot Justine Damond, BCA says Three sources with knowledge of the incident said Sunday that two officers in one squad car, responding to the 911 call, pulled into the alley.
RELATED: What we know about Justine Damond “I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by the fatal officer-involved shooting that happened last night,” Hodges said. I call on the BCA to share as much information with all of us as quickly as they can.
“I know the neighborhood well,” said Hodges, who represented the area for eight years as a City Council member. “I have questions about why the bodycams weren’t on,” she said.
They declined to comment on details of the officer shooting of a woman in south Minneapolis the night before because the BCA is assigned to the case . RELATED: Australia grieves loss of one of its own in Minneapolis police shooting “It’s OK to cry, it’s OK to scream,” she said.
There are three lights mounted on telephone poles along that route plus nine motion-detector lights on garages, and neighbors said the alley is well-lit at night.
RELATED: Justine Damond died from gunshot wound to abdomen, medical examiner says A woman named Hannah, who came to the scene with Zach Damond and is a close family friend, said Justine was a “spiritual healer.” Hannah, 21, did not want her last name used for safety reasons.
Earlier Sunday, someone drew colorful chalk hearts on the driveway pad where Damond was shot, adding names of others, including Jamar Clark and Philando Castile, who were fatally shot by police.
A few hours later, Hannah, an artist, added “Live in love not fear” to the drawings.
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In a Facebook post, Rilana Hamer recounted how the real-life horror story unfolded after she bought a webcam on a whim from a Dutch discount store called Action. Later, she was discussing the incident with a friend and decided to pull the device back out and record what it does. "The question is whether it's in the camera or in the wrong use of passwords and Wi-Fi connection," the representative said.