Christian Taylor: What Police Say Newly Released Recordings Reveal About the Shooting

Arlington Police Department in Texas released "real-time" audio of the dispatch.

— -- Texas authorities say new audio sheds light on the moments before police shot and killed college football player Christian Taylor.

In the YouTube post, police released audio that they say show two minutes elapsed from the time police first saw Taylor inside the Classic Buick GMC dealership building in Arlington and when he was shot. The unarmed Taylor was shot four times.

The Angelo State University football player allegedly drove his SUV through the dealership's front windows. Police said he did not comply once officers arrived and told him to surrender.

"I just saw a guy in the building that has a hat on, a straw hat," an officer can be heard saying in the audio at 1:17:22 a.m.

About two minutes later on the tape, which is roughly 15 minutes in its entirety, an officer can be heard saying "Whoa, we got shots fired,” with a graphic on the tape stating that “Officer advises shots fired at 1:19:33 am.”

Sgt. Paul Rodriguez of the Arlington Police Department told ABC News today the police audio shows a period of two minutes and 11 seconds during which officers observed the suspect and the suspect was shot.

The two officers are on paid administrative leave, Rodriguez told ABC News.

Taylor's death was ruled a homicide.