Transcript for Atlanta cops in Rayshard Brooks killing turn themselves in
Now to the latest on the deadly shooting of rayshard brooks. Both police officers involved in that shooting death turning themselves in to face charges as a witness opens up about what he says he saw in that Wendy's parking lot. Victor Oquendo is in Atlanta with more. Good morning, Victor. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. In just a matter of hours we expect to see former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe in court. He's being held without bond and prosecutors will not be seeking the death penalty. We're also hearing from the other officer involved. He's saying he will cooperate with the investigation. This morning, the former Atlanta police officer who killed rayshard brooks is behind bars awaiting his first appearance. 27-year-old Garrett Rolfe turning himself in on Thursday. He's fighting 11 charges including murder. Officer Devin Brosnan accused of aggravated assault turning himself in as well later released on a $50,000 bond then he appeared on cable tvdescribing the 40-minute interaction they had with brooks. I felt he was friendly. He was respectful. You know, I was respectful to him you know and I felt it seemed like he needed my help and was there to see what I could do to make sure he was safe. Reporter: They responded to a call for a man asleep in the drive-through of this Wendy's blocking other car. Hey, sir. Reporter: They determined brooks was drunk and when they tried to put him in handcuffs he refused and it got physical. He's seen wrestling one of their stun guns and when he reaches back and points it toward Garrett Rolfe, Rolfe fires three times. The bullets whiz through the parking lot striking the car Michael Perkins was in. I just heard all the tussling and stop resisting. Stop fighting. Reporter: The videos igniting the streets of Atlanta. Officer Brosnan's lawyer telling ABC they're surprised he was charged but he will cooperate. He's going to do what I hope any police officer would do which is be honest and tell the truth when somebody asks him what happened. He is not going to be -- there's certainly no agreement in place at this point in time for him to be a quote/unquote state's witness. Reporter: And overnight the police chief said they've seen an increase in officers taking off since the charges were announced but Atlanta's mayor insists public safety has not been impacted. We sure hope not. We are following a lot of
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