Mayor Frank Scott Jr. announced Wednesday evening that dashboard-camera footage from a fatal Feb. 22 officer-involved shooting will be released today. After more than half a dozen questions concerning the fatal shooting of 30-year-old Bradley Blackshire at the final police chief candidate forum Wednesday night, Scott announced that video from the incident would be released first to the Blackshire family and then to the public today. Scott said the abundance of questions and community interest surrounding the shooting did not influence the release of the video, but rather that the Little Rock Police Department had been working to make the footage available since the shooting. On Feb. 22, officer Charles Starks made a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle in the area of West 12th Street and South Rodney Parham Road when Blackshire did not comply with the officer's commands and drove the vehicle forward, causing it to strike the officer, according to a police report.
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