Transcript for New video shows violent arrest of man who died days later
Mary, thank you. We turn next to newly released video of a deadly police encounter in Wilson, Oklahoma. An attempted arrest. Two police officers using a stun gun on a man allegedly more than 50 times as he layen 0 the ground begging for help. The man become unresponsive and died days later and tonight the officers are facing murder charges. Here's Marcus Moore and we warn you tonight this, is difficult. Noncompliance is gonna get you tased. Reporter: Tonight, newly released video captures the violent arrest. DI get you? Reporter: Two Wilson, Oklahoma, police officers allegedly shooting 28-year-old Jared Lakey more than 50 times with stun guns. Put your hands behind your back. Reporter: The disturbing body camera footage from July 4th last year. Lakey's family attorney releasing the 11-minute video, which is part of a civil lawsuit. It shows officers Joshua Taylor and Brandon Dingman confronting Lakey. The incident started with a 911 call about a man running down a street yelling. When met by officers, an Oklahoma state bureau of investigations report says. Lakey refused to comply with their commands. The bureau said they shot them multiple times. Court records however claim the stun guns were fired a combined total of more than 50 times. Authorities said as officers arrested him, Lakey became unresponsive. He died two days later. David, in their report the medical examiner noted complications of a heart attack and the use of an electrical agent or of some sort or possible causes of his death and tonight the two officers who were involved have been charged with second degree murder.
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