Transcript for Officer who fatally shot woman at home arrested
We turn to that police shooting that left a Texas woman dead inside her own home. Overnight the officer who fired that fatal shot was arrested and charged with murder. ABC's Marcus Moore has the story. Reporter: The officer at the center of a fatal weekend shooting identified as Aaron Dean booked on a charge of murder overnight. Had the officer not resigned I would have fired him for vie vie -- violations for our de-escalation policy and unprofessional conduct. Reporter: During a news conference authorities said he is not cooperating with the investigation under way into the shooting at atatiana Jefferson's ft. Worth, Texas, home. Dean is accused of shooting and killing the 28-year-old early Saturday morning in her home. The terrifying moment captured on the officer's body cam. Put your hands up. Reporter: Family members said Jefferson had been playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew that morning when she was gunned down right in front of him. Police showed up at the house after a neighbor called the department's nonemergency line to report that the family's front door was open. Relatives said Jefferson left that door open to catch some of the breeze that night. I haven't seen anybody moving around and it's not normal for them to have both of the doors open. Reporter: When officers arrived they parked around the corner from the house and as you can see in this video Dean approaches the back of the home and never identifies himself as an officer before pulling the trilogier. The fact that she got shot for looking through her own windows the problem here. Reporter: And the family desperate to see this case through its entirety as they prepare for Jefferson's funeral. Officer Dean is out of jail this morning on a $200,000 bond. Michael. All right. Marcus, such a sad case right
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