Pasquotank County District Attorney Andrew Womble said deputies were "justified" in their actions because they had reason to believe they were in danger.
"I find that the facts of this case clearly illustrate the officers who used deadly force on Andrew Brown Jr. did so reasonably and only when a violent felon used a deadly weapon to put their lives in danger," District Attorney Andrew said.
On Tuesday, District Attorney Andrew Womble said officers were justified in their use of deadly force last month.
A senior officer was de-escalating the situation with a suicidal man who was holding a gun to his head when Darby entered the scene and shot the man in the face.
An Atlanta board reinstated Rolfe after his attorney argued that the officer was not given enough notice of his termination following the fatal shooting of Brooks last June.
A Lancaster County, South Carolina, volunteer fire chief resigned over his recent Facebook post that urged police to "stop responding to these black neighborhoods," saying it's better if "they eventually kill each other."
Johnson's family has publicly doubted the police's official version of events, and launched their own investigation into the matter.
"You know, he was waiting for the officers," Watauga County Sheriff Len Hagaman told WSOC-TV. "We had had an issue with him over the weekend."
One other officer, K-9 Deputy Logan Fox, is still on the scene in unknown condition. The shooter remains active, firing at officers.
"What happened is unconscionable, in my opinion. There's no credible defense for it," said Scott Hendler, attorney for the parents of Alex Gonzales.
Brown's family released the findings of an independent autopsy report, which showed there were five penetrating bullet wounds to his body.
Family attorney Wayne Kendall said the early shots were not fatal.
Brown was fatally shot outside his home in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, last Wednesday by deputies who obtained a search warrant after investigators allegedly recorded him selling small amounts of cocaine and methamphetamine to an informant.
Brown's family viewed the body camera footage for the first time on Monday after requesting its release for nearly a week since his death on April 21.
The suspect starting counting down when officers shot him on Sunset Boulevard, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
Jay Linneman confirmed that TVs in his bar won't play any more NBA games after what he views as the final straw in James' comments about police.
Tirado was fatally shot by Dallas police this week as he brandished a replica firearm that police said he had used in a series of robberies. His parents said they had been struggling to commit their son to a long-term mental health care facility.
"The officer just started shooting at him for no reason," Isaiah Brown's brother told a local news channel.
"LeBron James should focus on basketball rather than presiding over the destruction of the NBA," the former president said. "He may be a great basketball player, but he is doing nothing to bring our Country together."
Today marks day 337 that Ellis Harrison, a student at the University of Missouri, has been taking a run for a greater cause. Harrison, who documents his daily runs on TikTok, has gathered more than 51k followers and millions of likes.
Bryant, 16, was fatally shot by an officer after police responded to a call about an attempted stabbing.
Police said the 16-year-old Black girl was swinging a knife at a woman when a Columbus officer shot her dead.
"LeBron James is living on a high horse, he's in a multimillion-dollar house living around nothing but white people. He is not affected by none of this violence," Tatum said.
Photos and videos of student protests were posted across social media, showing people gathered across different parts of campus, including the university's student activity center.
Reardon has been a Columbus police officer since December 2019. He has been put on paid leave pending an investigation.
Pasquotank County Sheriff Timmy Wooten III identified the man shot by deputies on Wednesday morning as Andrew Brown.
Fifteen-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant became the sixth minor fatally shot by the Columbus Division of Police since 2016.
Police said the 16-year-old Black girl was holding a knife when she was fatally shot by an officer in Columbus, Ohio.
Police said bodycam footage showed the teenager had lunged at someone with a knife moments before an officer shot her.