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Lawrence, Kansas — The Lawrence, Kansas Police Department released dash camera video at the center of a felony charge filed against an officer.

On May 29, 2018, LPD officers stopped Akira Lewis for not wearing a seat belt. In a matter of minutes, the stop led to Lewis body slamming one officer before another office, Brindley Blood, shot him.

Throughout the video, Lewis repeatedly said he was singled out by McCann, who he said didn’t stop other motorists for not wearing their seat belts. Lewis asked McCann to summoned a supervisor. McCann refused to do so.

McCann called for backup and told Lewis he would be arrested if he did not cooperate. After Blood arrived, McCann opened the car door and physically removed Lewis from the vehicle.

Blood tried to intervene as McCann and Lewis wrestled. She pulled her gun and shot Lewis on the back of his shoulder.

Other officers arrived, and McCann and Blood handcuffed Lewis.

Lewis, who survived the shooting, was charged in Douglas County with battery on a law enforcement officer, interference with a law enforcement officer, no proof of insurance and driving without a seat belt.

Brindley Blood, the officer who shot the man, is charged in Douglas County District Court with reckless aggravated battery. Blood has maintained the May 29 shooting was accidental and she meant to reach for her stun gun instead of her firearm. Blood resigned from the Lawrence Police Department on January 28. She is scheduled to appear in court.

Background Info Last Updated: 3/28/19

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