Surveillance video from a Texas car dealership shows the final moments before college football player Christian Taylor, 19, was gunned down by police on Saturday.
The video taken from a surveillance camera outside the Classic GMC Buick dealership in Arlington shows Taylor stumbling around the dealership parking lot and vandalizing cars.
Taylor appears to be under the influence of an unknown substance.
2 officers from the Arlington PD responded to a silent alarm that was triggered after Taylor allegedly rammed a locked gate with his Jeep and drove the Jeep through the showroom glass windows around 1 a.m.
The 2 officers confronted Taylor wandering around inside the dealership like he owned the place. Taylor fled and the officers caught up to him near a locked front door.
During the ensuing struggle, one of the officers discharged his Taser. Seconds later, Brad Miller, 49, fired his service weapon hitting Taylor four times.
The dealership and police swear there are no cameras inside the dealership -- only outside. The APD are not required to wear body cameras.
Naturally, Taylor's family defends him and blames the cops for his death.
Taylor was a sophomore football player at the Angelo State University in San Angelo.
Taylor is the 24th unarmed black man to be killed by police in 2015.
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