Officer Mohamed Noor Had 3 Complaints Against Him When He Killed Justine Damond
More details are coming out about the officer-involved shooting over the weekend.
The Minnesota police officer who shot and killed an Australian bride-to-be already had three complaints against him in his two short years on the force.
Two of the three complaints in Mohamed Noor’s police file are active, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. One was closed without discipline.
Details of the complaints are unclear.
But the 31-year-old cop, who joined the force in 2015, is being sued for a May 25 incident in which a woman claimed he “grabbed her right wrist and upper arm” and injured her as he and other officers transported her to the hospital.
Noor is a divorced dad who was once observed by a home evaluator as having an “even keel and calm demeanor” in dealing with his son, the Star-Tribune reported.
Mohamed Noor fatally shot 40-year-old Justine Damond on Saturday night (July 15) after she placed a 911 call about a disturbance behind her home.
Three sources with knowledge of the incident said that when they arrived, the officers pulled around back and were immediately confronted by Damond, who was in her pajamas.
As she attempted to speak to the cop in the driver’s seat, the other officer apparently unholstered his gun and started blasting — striking her through the driver’s-side door, the sources said.
Justine had been living with her fiance, Don Damond, in Minneapolis and was set to marry him in August.
My prayers and condolences to the family. I’m praying justice is served!