Witnesses say Jason Walker jumped onto truck's hood before Fayetteville shooting
In body camera video released Friday, Fayetteville police interview witnesses to try and figure out what led to the shooting last Saturday of Jason Walker. Two witnesses, a man and a woman, told officers they saw Walker jump onto the hood of a truck driven by Lt. Jeffrey Hash before Hash exited the truck and shot Walker.
THE SHOOTING OF JASON WALKER, AND HOW A WITNESS SUPPORTED THE DEPUTY'S STORY OF WHAT HAPPENED IN WALKER'S FINAL MOMENTS. >> Reporter: POLICE HAVE RELEASED BODY CAM FOOTAGE FROM MINUTES THEY HAD RIGHT AFTER THE SCENE. THE ONLY ONE WHO CLAIMS TO HAVE SEEN THE SHOOTING HAPPEN: >> THAT'S MY SON. HE IS MY SON. >> Reporter: IN ANOTHER VIDEO, WALKER'S FATHER TAKES INVESTIGATORS STEP BY STEP THROUGH THE SHOOTING. >> Reporter: WALKER'S FATHER TELLS THE SAME STORY AS THE DEPUTY'S ACCOUNTING OF THE INCIDENT. ANOTHER OFFICER WALKS UP TO A WOMAN TRYING TO GIVE WALKER FIRST AID WHEN THEY ARRIVED. SHE DIDN'T SEE THE SHOOTING. >> HE WAS ALREADY ON THE GROUND. I DON'T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED. I DON'T KNOW IF HE GOT IN THE CAR OR IF HE WAS HIT.