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  • Fresno police release body-cam video of Dylan Noble shooting

    Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer on July 13 released officers' body camera videos from the June 25 fatal shooting of Dylan Noble. Police have not identified the officers, citing concern for their safety because of threats. The videos are each nearly 15 minutes long, starting with the officers' encounter with a woman who reported seeing a man with a rifle and continuing through the shooting. The Bee has not edited the video but is only showing from when officers first see Noble's pickup pull out from a side street. Because police are not identifying the officers, The Bee has blurred an officer's face.

Fresno police release body-cam video of Dylan Noble shooting

Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer on July 13 released officers' body camera videos from the June 25 fatal shooting of Dylan Noble. Police have not identified the officers, citing concern for their safety because of threats. The videos are each nearly 15 minutes long, starting with the officers' encounter with a woman who reported seeing a man with a rifle and continuing through the shooting. The Bee has not edited the video but is only showing from when officers first see Noble's pickup pull out from a side street. Because police are not identifying the officers, The Bee has blurred an officer's face.
Fresno Police Department