Louisiana Deputy Accused Of Shooting Teen ‘Four Or Five Times In The Back’
[su_right_ad]The Terrebonne Parish deputy is accused of fatally shooting a 14-year-old boy in the back.
Louisiana State Police Trooper Evan Harrell said that deputies responded at around 6 p.m. on Tuesday to a 911 call alleging that armed individuals were seen running into an abandoned home in Houma’s Village East neighborhood, The Time-Pacayune reported.
The first deputy to enter the home reportedly shot the boy. Harrell said that a weapon was found “in close proximity” to the dead body.
Harrell would not say where or how many times the boy was shot…
The family of the boy, who…identified him as 14-year-old as Cameron Tillman, said that he was “shot four or five times in the back,” according to WWLTV.
Tillman’s brother, Andre, said that his brother heard a knock at the door of the abandoned home and opened it because he thought it was a joke.
“My little brother thought somebody was just clowning, because somebody is always clowning by the door,” Andre Tillman recalled. “He opened [it] and the man just shot him. He didn’t have nothing in his hand.”[su_csky_ad]