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Police Release Details In Jenoah Donald Shooting

(Vancouver, WA)  --  Police are releasing new details regarding the officer-involved shooting of a Black man in Vancouver, Washington.  The Vancouver Police Department says 30-year-old Jenoah D. Donald refused to get out of his car after a Clark County Sheriff's deputy pulled him over for a broken tail light in the Hazel Dell neighborhood on February 4th.  The deputy claims he saw a sharpened object or tool in the car's center console.  Police say deputies tried to "escort" Donald out of his vehicle, leading to a physical struggle in which Donald allegedly grabbed one of the deputies by the vest.  Police say Donald then restarted his engine and started moving forward, prompting the deputy to shoot him.  Donald remains hospitalized on life support.  The NAACP says Donald's family is preparing for his funeral after doctors told them there's nothing more they can do for him.

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