Animation: State releases visual recreation of November chase and shooting
Friday, February 8, 2013
See how investigators think it happened.
The Ohio Attorney General's office continues to release documents related to the Cleveland Police chase that led to the shooting deaths of two people in November 2012.
This includes animation produced by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation that re-creates, "to the extent possible," the scene in an East Cleveland parking lot that led to the deaths of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams.
DeWine said in a written statement that it was produced to "create a visual tool for investigators."
"It is not meant to be an exact reconstruction of what happened in the parking lot at Heritage Middle School," DeWine said in the statment. "Rather, its purpose was to help investigators visualize the sequence of events based upon the officers’ statements.