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SURVEILLANCE VIDEO SHOWS THUGS GETTING WORKED BY JACKSON POLICE OFFICER IN DEADLY SHOOTOUT AT GAS STATION

 

Surveillance video captures fatal shootout between Jackson cop and 2 brothers. A fatal shooting between a Jackson police officer and two men early Wednesday morning was caught on. Man charged with capital murder recaptured HOURS after being mistakenly released following shootout with cop Chauncy Reed, 26, has been recaptured after his mistaken release from jail Reed was charged with capital murder after allegedly shooting at a cop That same officer shot and killed Reed’s brother, Elliot Reed, 30 Police charged Chauncy with capital murder, saying his decision to shoot caused his brother’s death A man charged with capital murder has been recaptured after his mistaken release from jail in Mississippi. Officials at the Hinds County Detention Center in Raymond tell local media that Chauncy Reed, 26, was released late Thursday. Officers took Reed back into custody hours later. He’s now jailed in Madison County. On Wednesday police stopped a vehicle at a traffic stop, which eventually escalated into a shoot-out. Reed was charged with capital murder and accused of shooting at a Jackson police officer. That same officer shot and killed Reed’s brother, Elliot Reed, 30. Police charged Chauncy with capital murder, saying his decision to shoot caused his brother’s death. Despite his arrest, Reed’s family is suspicious about the altercation, according to MSN News. His cousin was standing across the street watching investigators taking notes. ‘That’s all I can do. They ain’t telling us nothing,’ Reed’s cousin said. J.C. Johnson Junior was also at the scene looking on. ‘We have to get individually involved in what’s going on in our community so that God can turn things around. It can happen, but we gotta get back to the basics,’ said Johnson Jr. Johnson and others who live in the area believe violence is getting out of control. ‘[We need to] Encourage their mentality, that they are not just at the bottom. That they are not just at the bottom – that there is worth in them.’ ‘Sometimes people feel like they’re at the bottom of the totem pole. But check this out: The totem pole cannot stand without a bottom,’ said Johnson Jr. Shameka Fox from the community said, ‘There’s no love. It’s causing people to move.’ ‘Each of us has to take responsibility for things going on in our community,’ Robert Walton said. An anonymous friend of Elliot Reed’s said after learning about his death. ‘He was a good person. He didn’t bother anyone. He was the type to make you smile when you were down, and was there to talk when you needed him.’ ‘I really don’t believe he shot at the police, because he wouldn’t do that. But everybody has their flaws – who’s to say they didn’t just kill him because they felt threatened by him.’