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Body camera: Witnesses say Jason Walker jumped onto off-duty deputy’s truck before shooting

Hash admitted to shooting and killing Jason Walker afterwards, but said he was just trying to...
Hash admitted to shooting and killing Jason Walker afterwards, but said he was just trying to protect his family.(WECT)
Published: Jan. 14, 2022 at 8:30 PM EST
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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WRAL) - 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 three clips of video released Friday are a small part of the total 20 hours of video recorded at the scene.

The footage could play a role in helping investigators better understand the moments leading up to Hash shooting Walker.

Click here to see the three video clips and read the full story from WRAL.

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