After Reviewing Body Cam, 2 Cops Charged With Murder in Killing of 6-Yo Jeremy MardisBy Matt Agorist
The Free Thought Project
Nov. 07, 2015
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Marksville, LA – On Tuesday, November 3rd, 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis was tragically gunned down by Louisiana police during a pursuit.
In a press conference late Friday night, authorities announced that two of the four officers involved in the stop have been arrested.
Three of the men, Lt. Jason Brouillette, Sgt., Kenneth Parnell, and Lt. Derrick Stafford, worked for the Marksville City Police Department. The fourth, Norris Greenhouse Jr., was a marshal for the Alexandria City Office.
Lt. Stafford, 32, and Norris Greenhouse Jr., 23, are the local deputy marshals who fired at least 18 rounds at an unarmed man and his son, killing a 6-year-old boy.
According to the Advocate,
Stafford, Brouillette and Greenhouse were moonlighting for the local marshal's office at the time of the shooting, Smith said.Initial reports claimed that Jeremy's father, 25-year-old Chris Few, was being served a warrant by Ward 2 City Marshals. However, police now admit that Few was not only unarmed when officers opened fire, there wasn't a warrant at all.
It was originally reported that Few was cornered in a dead end drive, however, the initial reports were incorrect. Through traffic was indeed allowed at the intersection.
At least one of the officers were wearing a body camera which was on at the time of the shooting. While police have yet to release the footage, the arrests were made shortly after the Louisiana State Police reviewed the video, according to KLFY.
When asked about the body camera footage during the press conference, State Police Col. Mike Edmonson told reporters, "It is the most disturbing thing I've seen, and I will leave it at that.""That little boy was buckled in the front seat of that vehicle," Edmonson told reporters. "That is how he died."
At approximately 10:00 pm, Friday night, authorities announced that Norris Greenhouse Jr. & Derrick Stafford were charged with 2nd-degree murder of 6-year-old and attempted 2nd-degree murder of Chris Few.
Below is the press conference from late Friday night.