VIDEO: Roadside Shooting

May 19, 2015

A Tarrant County Grand Jury has issued a no-bill in the case of Grapevine police officer Robert Clark who utilized deadly force during a felony traffic stop in February. The Tarrant County District Attorney’s office has released dash-cam video of the incident which shows Ruben Villalpando leading the officer on a high-speed chase and then ignoring repeated lawful orders to stay in his vehicle and not approach the officer.

To watch Chief Eddie Salame address the shooting and provide commentary and explanation to the video, click here.

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