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Tulsa Police Shoot and Kill Man with Gun Caught on Camera

Tulsa Police Shoot and Kill Man with Gun Caught on Camera

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Tulsa police have released body camera video of a fatal shooting by 2 officers that occurred in June.

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Eric Portillo, 38, passed on two days after the shooting. Police said he’s responsible for discharging shots and gun whipping a man outside the Joy Mart close 21st and Garnett before leading police on a pursuit.

Police said Portillo drove into an east Tulsa neighborhood then bounced out of his vehicle when he hit a dead end. One of the officers shot him as he attempted to keep running from the vehicle.

TULSA, Okla. – Quick Facts:

Tulsa police released dash and body camera video of a deadly officer-involved shooting that happened in June.
Eric Portillo, 38, died two days after the shooting. Police said he’s accused of firing shots and pistol-whipping a man outside the Joy Mart near 21st and Garnett before leading officers on a chase.
Police said Portillo led officers into an east Tulsa neighborhood jumped out of a car when he reached a dead-end. An officer shot him as he tried to run from the car.
Medics treated Portillo and took him to the hospital where he later died.

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