Jonesboro, AK Police have released more dashcam video footage in the death investigation of 21-year-old Chavis Carter.
The dashcam video picks up 45 minutes after Chavis was shot and killed.
In this new video, we see officers Officer Keith Baggett and Ron Marsh discussing the shooting, saying they would have released Carter after finding a small bag of weed in his possession.
As reported by WREG News, here is a timeline of events that occurred after Chavis was killed:
-10:45pm you can hear an officer say, "He was breathing, he's not now…son of an expletive."
-10:46pm – Ambulance arrived on scene.
-10:47pm – Officer Marsh, "I patted him down and didn't see anything; he must have had it hidden."
-10:48pm – An officer is heard say, "I heard a loud boom, but I didn't think anything about it."
-10:49pm – An officer is overheard saying, "Better him than us."
-10:51pm – Officers say CID has been alerted.
-10:53pm – Ambulance with Carter inside pulls away from the scene.
-10:54pm – Officers are overheard discussing what happened
-10:56pm – Officer Marsh is overheard saying, "I don't know where he had it."
-10:56pm – Officer Marsh is overheard saying, "He told us to take his phone and get his girlfriends phone number."
-10:56pm – Officers are overheard saying, maybe he shot himself accidently.
-11:00pm – Officers are overheard saying, someone who knew Carter pulled up during the traffic stop and police advised her they were taking him to jail. Police say she pulled away and left.
-11:01pm – An officer was overheard telling Officer Marsh, "Just glad it was used to hurt himself and shot shoot you in the back of the head while you were driving."
-11:02pm – Officers discuss why he was wanted out of Mississippi.
-11:02pm – Officer Marsh was overheard saying, "He had a dime bag of marijuana in his pocket, I got it in the front seat of my car. I wasn't going to charge him with it."
Late Thursday evening, JPD released the first dashcam video showing both officers questioning Chavis and the two men he was pulled over with.
Both officers Marsh and Baggett have been on paid administrative leave as the investigation is on-going.
SOURCE: WREG News