Texas woman says warrants presented for son killed by police

ARLINGTON, Texas – The mother of a Texas man whom police fatally shot last year says police officers recently showed her mother’s home to serve a warrant for the dead man to arrest.

Dee Crane told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Tarrant County deputies came to the house in Arlington this month, shocking with her family “all over again.”

Sheriff’s office spokesman David McClelland has not yet responded to messages seeking comment.

Tavis Crane, a black, 23 years old, was killed in February 2017. The authorities say that he ran about an Arlington police officer while attempting to flee the traffic stop.

Another officer, Craig Roper, fatal shot of Faucet in his car. Both officers are white.

Crane’s two-year-old daughter and two friends were also in the car. They were not injured.

A grand jury took no action against Roper.

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