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Police release body-cam video of deadly shooting inside St. Ann's Hospital ER
The Columbus Division of Police has released body-cam video of a fatal shooting inside Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital. (Columbus Division of Police)

The Columbus Division of Police has released body-cam video of a fatal shooting inside Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital.

The video released Wednesday shows the shooting that took place Monday in the emergency room at the hospital. 

(WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT| Disclaimer: This is body-cam video provided by the Columbus Division of Police) 

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WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT | Disclaimer: This is body-cam video provided by the Columbus Division of Police: The Columbus Division of Police has released body-cam video of a fatal shooting inside Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital. (Columbus Division of Police)


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Columbus Police said 27-year-old Miles Jackson was found around 12:10 p.m. Monday sleeping on a bench outside of a bank, and was taken to the hospital after a suspected relapse related to a drug overdose.

Police said "an altercation ensued" in the ER area during the transfer of custody leading to a shooting between Officer Andrew Howe, Officer Ryan Krichbaum, four hospital security officers, and Jackson.

Jackson was killed in the shooting. No other injuries were reported. 

More details on what led to the deadly shooting were released Wednesday. Police said Jackson had an open domestic violence warrant with additional warrants for assault, falsification, resisting arrest, drug possession, and weapons under disability. 

Officers Krichbaum and Howe were sent to St. Ann's to take Jackson into custody. 

In the body-cam video, police said the officers were preparing Jackson to be taken to the Franklin County Jail. During the search, Krichbaum appeared to find something and signaled to Howe and said "get his arms behind his back right now." 

A struggle then took place between the officers and Jackson. During the struggle, Jackson can be heard saying "I'm giving it to you man." 

Police said the video shows Krichbaum tasing Jackson, taking him to the ground, where he continued to resist. 

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A short time later, police said the video shows Jackson's gun fire. Police said the bullet visibly left Jackson's pocket and Krichbaum is seen struggling to disarm him. 

Howe is seen in the video firing his gun, but it malfunctioned. 

Police said over the next five minutes, officers and hospital security can be heard more than 85 times ordering Jackson to drop the gun and put his hands up. 

In the video, Jackson twice referred to the gun still being in his possession. 

Six minutes into the video, a taser was deployed followed by one gunshot, then a series of gunshots. 

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"BCI’s investigation into the officer-involved shooting that occurred Monday afternoon at St. Ann’s Hospital remains ongoing. We can confirm through preliminary ballistic testing that the decedent had a gun and shots were fired," Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said. "BCI continues to interview witnesses and complete further forensic analysis to determine all of the facts. Partial facts only provide partial truth."

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 Following the shooting, protesters clashed with officers outside CPD headquarters. So far, one man has been placed under arrest for allegedly attacking an officer with a wooden club.

The shooting is being investigated by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

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