State Attorney: Crestview PD justified in fatally shooting a man; 7 charges dropped (UPDATED)

 Aphrey Benjamin Collis News Bulletin recap

A state attorney's review states that Aphrey Benjamin Collis did not attempt to shoot Crestview SWAT team members. The office dismissed his charges of seven counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer.

Published: Friday, April 4, 2014 at 04:18 PM.
Crestview police officers were justified in fatally shooting a man involved in a Jan. 2 shootout, the State Attorney's office for the First Judicial Circuit announced today.  
The office completed a review of the officer-involved death of Rasheik Calhoun. He was killed during the execution of search and arrest warrants at a Savage Street residence.
Crestview police's Special Weapons and Tactics Team shot Calhoun after he fired upon officers as they entered the residence; he subsequently charged officers outside the residence, according a state attorney news release.

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