St. Michaels man fatally shot by police

Donovan, Bill
May 2009
Navajo Times;5/28/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 21, pA1
The article reports on the death of 29-year old Brett Williams, who was shot dead by a police officer outside his home at Klagetoh Drive in Window Rock, Arizona. The victim is reportedly the third person to die at Navajo Nation Police officer's hands in the past eight months. Meanwhile, Tribal police have not disclosed any information along with the claim that they already turned over the matter to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).


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