(Vancouver, WA) -- Newly released court records show a Black man who was shot by police during a traffic stop in the Vancouver, Washington area was not armed. The Columbian reports a police search of 30-year-old Jenoah D. Donald's vehicle showed there were no weapons in the car when Deputy Sean Boyle shot him in the Hazel Dell neighborhood on February 4th. Deputy Boyle had said he saw a sharpened object in the car's center console before he opened fire. That object now appears to have simply been a cordless Kobalt drill. Donald was taken off life support yesterday and placed on comfort care after doctors told his family there's nothing more they can do for him. His shooting happened less than a mile away from the police killing of 21-year-old Black man Kevin Peterson Jr. during a botched drug bust in October.