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9. after nearly six months, "that video shows he killed my son" we finally see the moment a wauwatosa police officer opens fire on jay anderson "when he investigated he observed a semi automatic handgun on the front seat."that officer -- now cleared of any wrongdoing "i have two kids by him that would never know him. never."no looking to the feds for criminal charges. tonight - for the first time we are seeing dash cam video from the early morning hours of june 23rd in wauwatosa's madison park. jay anderson - shot and killed by a police officer. that officer - will not face charges. we have team coverage .tonight - bret lemoine with more on the decision - and brittany shannon with the
there are no other witnesses to the shooting other than the officer... and a short video clip. the video itself... has been enhanced by the f-b-i to provide an even clearer picture. its only 28 seconds of video... bw 'justifiably used deadly force in this incident.' ...but its enough to help back up wauwatosa police officer joseph mensahs account of this june 23-rd shooting. were freezing the video right before shots are fired, but police chief barry weber says i procedure from the moment he arrived at the scene. bw 'the park closes at 10 oclock, if there are vehicles in there after hours, officers are supposed to investigate to see whats going on.' weber says mensah confronted jay anderson, who was asleep in his car. anderson was asked to up his hands up after the officer noticed a gun on the passenger seat. bw 'that weapon turned out to be a ruger 9mm loaded with 16 rounds of ammunition and one in the chamber.' mensah called for backup... '305. suspect in the vehicle has a gun.' bw 'on several occasions, the
the gun was located.' mensah says he was fearful anderson might grab the gun... and shot anderson six times. immediately after the shots were fired, mensah remotely activated the camera in his squad, which retroactively records 20 seconds prior to hitting the button. 'i have no idea if anyones in the park. its just me and him right now.' bl 'are body cameras something that tosa pd is considering?' bw 'were in the testing phase of body cameras.' weber says mensah received mandatory bw 'the officer involved in this incident will be returned to full duty.' mensah was also involved in a shooting death that occurred in july of 2015. weber says mensah was approached by a man with a sword. an autopsy found anderson was intoxicated and had marijuana in his system. andersons d-n-a was also found on the gun. reporting live in the newsroom, bl, fox6 news. ted thanks bret attorney john safran and jay anderson's family members held
learning of the d-a's decision not to criminally charge the officer involved, they say they're now taking their fight to federal level. fox 6's brittany shannon live in wauwatosa tonight with their reaction... this was not the news the anderson family was hoping for today. their reaction-- one of disappointment and sadness. after seeing the video today, they continue to say the investigation was not transparent and they'll continue their fight for justice... extreme sadness... "6:12 my baby for family members of jay anderson, junior. "54:52 the anderson family has received the decision that they were dreading 57:07" news that officer joseph mensah will not face criminal charges in the june 23rd officer involved shooting. "30:35 the district attorneys office has advised that they will not be issuing criminal charges against wauwatosa police officer joseph mensah 36:06" anderson's mother, fiance and family attorney, jon safran, holding a press conference after meeting with
"2:42 at least twice the video recording depicts mr anderson hands falling down and his head slump forward as if he were falling asleep or passing out 2;49" police claim anderson was reaching for the semi-automatic weapon on the passenger side of the car when he was shot back on june 23rd. "2:34 there is no evidence that mr anderson lunged for touched raised or pointed any gun that may have been in the vehicle 42" "12:16 the gun was removed there were things that were done that were very suspect 22" so the family plans to keep fighting. attorney safran pushing for federal this family peace. "6:36 its disgusting. this man gets to walk the earth and my son is dead" attorney safran has already reached out to the us attorney's office to investigate. the family and attorney have said they do not want any violent protests in response to the news. in wauwatosa, brittany
ted thanks brittany so what's next? the anderson family and their attorney have contacted the u.s. attorney's office in milwaukee. they want prosecutors to investigate whether federal criminal civil rights charges are warranted. we're told federal officials indicated they would undertake the review. as for wauwatosa officer joseph mensah - he will return to work. wauwatoa their own internal investigation to see if he followed procedure. we have posted the complete dash camera video released by wauwatosa police in this case on our website -- fox six now dot com, and your fox six news mobile app -- along with today's news conferences. you'll find that video right on the home page. a gun shot and a missing truck-- that's what law enforcement has to go on in the dodge county city
the only thing that police in fox lake and the dodge county sheriff's office are saying right now is that it's a death investigation. though officials aren't saying much-- neighbors believe a man shot and killed his girlfriend before taking off-- just a couple months after moving into the area. one neighbor says he heard something last night but gave it little thought at first. i heard a pop and that was about five minutes, ten minutes before i left but i didn't think anything of it because of the hunting season around here. officials say they're now looking for a dark blue if you have any information-- call the dodge county sheriff's office. it's been seven weeks since she was shot while she was lying in her bed.. the shooter or shooters are still on the loose. and now a milwaukee homeowner wants to move. she spoke exclusively to our justin williams. we're particularly patient ... remembering it always makes me upset, so ... a little teary, so ... ...
area. monday marks some seven weeks since a shooting, near the milwaukee intersection of 20th and brown, all the sudden, we heard a lotta gun play--more than usual. sends millie and donald tucker to their bedroom floor. my husband was like, 'get off the bed!' and, so, he rolled, one way, i rolled the other way, and i'm like, 'uhh!' ... i got hit. she was real calm--cool, calm, collected, she said, to make me calm--so i wouldn't go crazy, you know? blood, all over it. i said, 'honey, get a towel 'n' stop the bleeding--get me to the hospital.' he does, and she remains hospitalized for nearly two weeks, undergoing four, separate surgeries. monday, it was scary--comin' back to the home. she continues to recover, in the same house she and her husband
shooting has her shaken, so, she says it's time to move her family from this neighborhood. i'm just a victim of the fall-out, now, of the crime that's goin' on, in milwaukee ... 20-16. millie is very serious when she says that she and her family are considering making a move. in fact, her son has set-up a go-fund-me site, to help cover the cost of relocation. that site has a link on our site, fox-six-now-dot-com. this is the latest, in milwaue williams, fox 6 news. cloudy skies tonight with some areas of fog. temperatures will hold steady around freezing throughout the night. mostly cloudy with a few flurries on tuesday. temperatures won't move much, with highs in the
moves in on wednesday and lingers through saturday. highs will only be in the 20s with lows in the teens. wind chills on wednesday & thursday will be in the teens all day. sunday. tonight: cloudy with areas of fog. low: 32 wind: se 5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. high: 36 wind: w 5-15
department budget under scrutiny tomorrow. it slashes major projects in milwaukee and racine counties.. how one state lawmakers is using a bumpy ambulance ride to prove his point.. he was too drunk to drive so he took a taxi.. from lambeau field to richfield! why what happened next - landed him in jail! and he was carjacked while he was at the cemetery. and tonight - the unusual suspect is in custody.. all those stories in
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ground. milwaukee police say a teen has been arrested in connection with recent car thefts at valhalla cemetery. tonight one of the victim's shares his encounter with the thieves. fox6's madeline anderson live near 69th and silver spring with more on what happened. the victim tells me it was broad daylight... when he was assaulted... and robbed at his family's grave sites. while visiting loved ones whove
feared he too could lose his life. at first i thought i might get shot.last sunday afternoon... the 67-year-old was placing a wreathe at his parents graves in valhalla cemetery near 91st and silver spring... when he says two young man appeared out of nowhere and demanded johlke turn over his car keys. they knew what they were doing. they must have done it before. johlke says he called for help while one of the men began shocking him with a stun gun. hey s bash my mouth if i didn't shut up. finally, they came over and tore the pocket of my pants, and there the car keys were. and tore my pants all the way down. and then they drove out of the main entrance. milwaukee police say the scary ordeal is one of two vehicle thefts reported at the cemetery within the last month. you dont think about that. its not even in your mind. wauwautosa police have since arrested a 16-year-old male and recovered the car from the
lost at a place meant to peaceful... johlke is hoping investigators he will at least find his car soon too. i dont have a lot of money to spend for another car. and it was a nice car and i kept it up. milwaukee police say the 16-year-old suspect is also being investigated for two strong arm robberies on the morning of december 2nd. the first at 66th and lisbon... and just five minutes later at 74th and hadley. in both... police say he forcibly reporting live outside of mpd's district four madeline anderson fox6 news. steph thank mad day 5 of the election recount in wisconsin coming to a close. so far, more than a million votes have been counted - and so far, there are no major changes to the results. the deadline to have all votes certified is one week from today. only six counties have finished their tallies as of tonight.
on track to finish the work on time by the state deadline of december 12th. meanwhile - the michigan republican party is appealing a judge's order that forced an immediate recount in the presidential race in that state. a federal judge in detroit told state officials today to get the recount moving to meet a the december 13th federal deadline. meanwhile, michigan's appeals court will hear arguments tomorrow on president-elect trump's request to halt the recount there. governor scott walker is in the the governor announced on twitter that he was overseas visiting u.s. troops. he's part of a delegation of governors invited by the department of defense. the trip ends friday. tomorrow is a big day in madison for the state transportation department's proposed budget -- it slashes major projects in milwaukee and racine counties because there isn't enough money. political reporter theo keith has new information on the
even imagine what it would be like to be sitting in there in this video released by his office, assembly speaker robin vos says bad roads impact patient care. vos says he rode in the back of this ambulance at the request of his cousin, an ems worker in burlington. imagine standing here over a patient i cant even imagine putting in a needle right now trying to do cpr, it gets really difficult the wisconsin ems video is "an example of what local ems are dealing with throughout the state."but the speaker's opponents in the road funding debate were not convinced. i think that wisconsin residents are smarter than that. they will take a more holistic look at our transportation system and the factors that are involved in it, and not just look at, somebodys riding in an ambulance duey
they would not support any tax or fee increase to pay for roads. the senators released a memo from the nonpartisan legislative fiscal bureau that shows, if the state built every project on its "wish list," the gas tax would need to increase by 28 cents a gallon.vos called it "fear mongering" and said no one is suggesting that kind of tax hike. enter governor scott walker, who for being open to a tax hike at all. walker said, "they should make their plan public so the people understand exactly how much it would cost them."three republicans endorsed a full repeal of the state's prevailing wage law, which sets minimum pay for construction workers. but the nonpartisan fiscal bureau has said the cost savings from that would be "uncertain" and likely small. theo keith, fox6 news. thousands of fans celebrated a much needed green bay packers' win last night, but at least one fan did his celebrating from a jail cell. police say a 24-year-old nathan meleski of slinger stiffed his
dollars after the game. officials say he got drunk - lost his friends - lost his phone - so, he took a 111- mile cab ride to richfield! but when he got there - he bolted - stiffing the driver. deputies tracked him through the snow to a nearby bar. meleski now faces up to nine months in jail and a ten-thousand dollar fine with four games to go in their regular season, the packers still have playoff hopes, bu guarantees.... what is certain is that they need to keep taking care of their business.... and that will be challenging this sunday when seattle comes to lambeau field.... tim van vooren is here with the story.... when the schedule first came out back in april, this looked like it could be an nfc championship preview.... the seahawks are still in line for that type of postseason run, but the packers have a lot of work to do.... they are playing much better
over a recent patch before that..... green bay gives up 13 points at philadelphia last monday night and 13 points again yesterday against houston..... they have to be at least passable on that side of the ball to be legitimate.... "i think like anything you gotta adjust. when you watch the game, if you watch the flow of the practice on how you think the game might go and then the weather takes it a different direction you gotta be able to adjust to that too." "i think guys just really looked in the mirror and challenged themselves. held themselves accountable." "it wasn't the previous four losses or the last two games. it's every week and so that's what we try for the latest on the packers --- you can find it all online at fox six now dot com or the fox six news app. just click "sports." he's used to fighting in the ring.. but now this mixed martial arts
kids. join us for a special collection wednesday night from 5 to 7. tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats of all sizes -- new or gently used. the first 200 people to donate at least four coats will get a pair of ticket vouchers to see the harlem globetrotters on new years eve at the bmo harris bradley center
cloudy skies tonight with some areas of fog. temperatures will hold steady around freezing throughout the night. mostly cloudy with a few flurries on tuesday. temperatures won't move much, with highs in the middle 30s. the coldest air of the season mov lingers through saturday. highs will only be in the 20s with lows in the teens. wind chills on wednesday & thursday will be in the teens all day. our next chance for snow is on sunday. tonight: cloudy with areas of fog. low: 32 wind: se 5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. high: 36 wind: w 5-15
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milwaukee's anthony 'showtime' pettis--a star in the world of mixed martial arts--is talking for the first time since he was the victim of two separate crimes involving his cars. as julie collins reports the crimes make the fighter want to work to make milwaukee youth better but first he must focus on an upcoming title fight. 2-division world champion and im 1 fight way from it.' anthony pettis has the focus of a fighter...and the fight of his life is around the corner. ' im excited about it i feel like i put the work in, the time in and now its time to perform.' as he prepares to win the featherweight title - milwaukee police work to solve this crime. in october the cars parked in pettis driveway were set on fire... ' ive never felt that way before. even in octagon i dont feel unsafe for my life and that was the first time i felt i needed to make some changed to figure out what
cameras and just last week it caught 2 people approaching a pair of parked cars on the driveway of his milwaukee home 'i was driving to the gym, 5 minutes from my house and i was like this is really happening right now? in the footage, posted on his facebook page, the men are shown first attempting to open the door of a brown cadillac, which is locked. they then move on to a white range rover, which is unlocked. after opening the passenger side door, one of the men appears to reach into the range rover before leaving the scene. property was removed from that vehicle - and a 13- year old was arrested in connection to the crime. 'its scary to see whert be some changes and i think im in a position where i can make some changes so its up to me to go out there instead of how do i replace my belongs how do i make it right for everybody else.' but for now hes got to focus on the upcoming title fight. 'i could have pulled out of the fight 10 times already but this is too big of an opportunity for me, this is my dreams and my goals that are right there in front of me, i can just grab it.' "anthony pettis will take on max holloway for the interm featherwieght title this
collins. fox 6 news." get a closer look at the damage to those vehicles when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. we have a gallery posted online. just search "pettis." the mayor of green bay is sentenced to community service...after violating the state's campaign finance law. mayor jim schmitt pleaded guilty to three misdemeanors in court today. a judge sentenced him to do 40 hours of community service and pay a 4-thousand dollar fine. schmitt is required to do both within 60 days. campaign finance laws. and i should've had an accountant or an attorney handle my account campaign booking and reports. none of this is an excuse, it is as i said, an explanation." schmitt says he will finish his current term but is unsure if he will run for re- election. a dentist resigns amid accusations he treated hundreds of patients with dirty
tomah. an investigation was launched after a dental assistant reported last month that the dentist hadn't properly cleaned equipment. the dentist's name wasn't released. 592 veterans who received care from the dentist can receive free screenings for hepatitis b, hepatitis c and hiv. what a difference a week makes. two wins in 6 days have created a new excitement for both packers players and their fans as we hit the regular season. the players say they are ready to make more plays like the ones fans saw on snowy lambeau field sunday afternoon. here's this week's blitz overtime. "it gave us momentum, something to build on for the rest of the game knowing that we could possibly get more turnovers like that, the ball was a little slippery but unfortunately we didn't but
start the offense what it was the 25 30 yard line it's key." "a great win so to be a part of the win and to play well it's a good combination." "in the huddle everyone needs to step up everyone just needs to do their job and you can't push too much to where trying to do too much too quick and that's when most likely when we drop the ball to be honest with you so it's just keep it simple make the plays that are there and try and get an explosive play and that's how we finish it out." "we already had a close group in here and through that stretch it brought us even closer together and i felt like we got a bond in this locker room think it's necessarily the 4 game losing streak or the 2 game winning streak our coaches come in here everyday and kind of give us that accountability speech as far as look at yourself in the mirror and and see what you can do better for this football team." "i don't think the confidence was ever lost, i think guys just really looked in the mirror to challenge themselves, held themselves accountable and guys know that you're good as your next performance so you gotta put those behind you and move on
and prove yourself again." "one game at a time. our focus is this sunday and coach always says when you get to wins you can start talking about the playoffs and we gotta focus on one game at a time and and chip away and start stacking those successes." "we can't do anything but take care of ourselves we were able to stack back to back wins so that's what we needed to do, we got a tough one coming in next week so we will look at the film tomorrow, personal day wednesday you can't look at anything else and we know we need help, but if we don't take care of our business we're going to need more help and that's probably not something you want to rely on so we just need to worry about ourselves continue to play good football and we will see where we are at at the end." "just control what you control, we can't worry about what other teams doing we just have to win, we got to play whatever team in front of us and find out a way to get a win and let the chips fall where they may." "a lot can change in 2 weeks, backs against the wall at 4 and 6, obviously struggling but there was something in that locker room that i felt and i saw that made me feel like saying that i felt we could run the
today so we are fortunate to get this one today, we're back to 500 and obviously we would have appreciated some help from the saints, but we still have a lot in front of us we have a very good opponent coming in next week." that opponent is the seattle seahawks. you can watch that game right here on special edition of fox 6 news afterward with lots of locker room reaction and analysis, plus a live visit from defensive lineman mike daniels. then a full recap of the game on the fox6 sports blitz at 10:35. big ideas for the bucks arena..
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justin bieber is going back on tour... the singer announcing his first-ever stadium tour in the u-s today. bieber's move to play stadiums instead of arenas means far more available tickets and a more elaborate production. the tour will take place next year. director lee daniels now has a star on the hollywood walk of fame. daniels latest work includes the he's also known for directing film titles "the paperboy", "precious" and "lee daniel' the butler." you can catch daniels' newest tv show "star" featuring queen latifah on december 14th right here on fox . nat "try again." "i am groot." "mmhm." "i am groot." "uh huh." "i am groot." "noooo!" a new trailer is out for "guardians of the galaxy volume two. the trailer features the guardians in action, backed by the song "fox on the run" by 70's glam
fifth next year. that's the buzz. another cold blast is coming .. weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. and yesterday's snow - trouble for state troopers.. two of them were hit.. the word of caution for drivers.. plus - a new class of milwaukee police recruits.. the department budgeted for 65 officers in this class so why is it only hiring 58? break bre [ tower pinging ] [ whistling ] we've got a problem, friend. half off any smartphone for anyone who switches? what's the problem? the naughty list shouldn't get deals! yeah, but anyone who switches gets half off of any smartphone. even these? yeah, any smartphone. call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles. [ knuckles crack ] [ spits ] ooo. ouch. [ neck cracks ] [ darien ] switch and get half off any smartphone.
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in a story you'll see only on fox 6 - we'll tell you what what happened to the alleged shooter. need fix for a flat? just head to the trunk of your car...problem is - more and more you'll find run-flat tires. what are those and do they work? contact six shows us new at ten. a milwaukee architecture and engineering firm lays out options for repairing or replacing the domes at mitchell park... would cost about 14 million dollars. ... a complete replacement - 64- million-dollars. the options are an update from a 2008 study looking at replacing the "show dome" -- and expanded to include all three domes. the cost of this year's "12 days of christmas" -- totals 34-thousand-363- dollars. that's 230 bucks more than last year. your best deal -- the partridge
down.. but for the first time since 2013 -- the cost of 11 pipers piping - and 12 drummers drumming.. went up.. the reason: wage inflation. for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal. adlib to wx weather cloudy skies tonight with some areas of fog. temperatures will hold steady around freezing throughout the night. mostly cloudy with a few flurries on tuesday.
middle 30s. the coldest air of the season moves in on wednesday and lingers through saturday. highs will only be in the 20s with lows in the teens. wind chills on wednesday & thursday will be in the teens all day. our next chance for snow is on sunday. tonight: cloudy with areas of fog. mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a few flurries. high: 36 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. am low: 22 high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy
"your life will change, it will change forever" 46 men and 12 women...will train...to protect milwaukee and its citizens. "anything we throw at them in the academy is nothing compared to what they will encounter in the streets" and the job comes with a lot of public scrutiny " you will have people who will be very excited in a positive way to see you and other who will be very unhappy to see you" the recruits take the oath of office... constitution" followed by the milwaukee police departments oath of honor. then hugs and photos with family. the department budgeted for 65 officers in this class but is only hiring 58 "we made the decision we would rather hire fewer than hire people we didnt think were appropriate for this job" frank williams is a new recruit...hes also in the marines.hes grew up on the north side of milwaukee...and his family is emotional. "proud of him, he came a long ways, hes a remarkable young man" "his goal was to just serve his country any way he could" "training for these recruits
reporting in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news" the new recruits will fill positions open due to officers retiring. milwaukee police officials say this year 199 members are eligible for retirement. next year -- that number is 118. the first snowfall of the year can be dangerous out on the roads and some of the state with that first hand. two wisconsin state patrol troopers were involved in crashes yesterday afternoon in waukesha and wausau while responding to other crashes. officials say drivers need to be on high alert this time of year-- situations you're used to can now turn to trouble on slick roads. one trooper says it's lucky the troopers were'nt worse off than their squads yesterday. "it just makes you, i guess, thankful that, you know, it
injuries, so at least everyone was able to walk away from it." butted with "we want to go home at the end of the night just as much as they want to get to where they're going." staying alert on the road could save a life. the national law enforcement officers memorial fund-- reports more than 400 officers have been killed in crashes over the past ten years. a judge declares a mistrial in the police officer charged with murder in the death of a black motorist. the jury said today that it was unable to unanimously agree on a verdict for michael slager. slager was charged and on trial for shooting 50-year-old walter scott to death after stopping him for having a broken taillight. cellphone video taken by a bystander of the shooting sparked national outrage. scott's family says they will continue to work until justice is served.
evidence, given the overwhelming evidence, believe what your eyes see evidence, race was never made a major issue at trial even though slager is white and scott was black. the search for more victims of that oakland warehouse fire is back on..... work had stopped just after midnight today because a wall was leaning inward, posing a safety hazard. about 70 percent of the building erupted during a dance party late friday night. the death toll has grown to 36 with more victims expected to be found in the rubble in the coming days. the district attorney is determining if criminal liability exists in a deadly warehouse fire, and, if so, "against whom. the standing rock sioux chairman say's it's time for those protesting the dakota access pipeline in north
months are vowing to stay-- believing the pipeline threatens tribal drinking water and cultural sites. the army corps of engineers has denied a permit for the pipeline to cross underneath the mississippi river. while that decision could be overturned-- the standing rock chairman says it wouldn't be for months. a pedestrian mall - and entertainment block - and even a brewery. today, the architect and the president of the milwaukee bucks - took those designs to milwaukees planning commission. fox6s jont development,. 'the buildings are actually kind of background. the outdoor spaces are really is what the focal point.'' architect rinka chung walked through the latest designs of the nearly thirty acres of space and attractions surrounding the bucks future home. 'we werent trying to make it this grand space that was about itself.' designs for public space include titled lawn landscaping, an outdoor
building that we are showing you.' but also three, 'quote,' beacon buildings. and even though no tenants have been revealed, one designs gives away an intented attraction. a brewery. 'well, i think in wisconsin, you would be remiss if you didnt include beer so i think it gives you an opportunity, we will know in the beer garden and in some of the buildings, food and be side...that is a good direction for us.' as the bucks president said, a to a beer garden... the entertainment block also has planned space for private and public art, 'but what this doesnt show is two or thing iconic pieces...' something feigin addressed specifically to milwaukees city plan commission.' 'yeah i think that if you look at the general design of the entire development this is open to the north, its open to the west, this is about inclusion this is about how do we really drive traffic from all directions .' the plan commission approved these latest designs on two minor conditions,
reporting in downtown milwaukee, jonathon gregg fox6 news. 10pm open now at 10-- '305. suspect in the vehicle has a gun.' a wauwatosa man was fatally shot by police. the chief say it's proof deadly force was justified. bw 'the officer involved in this incident will be returned to full duty.' but anderson's family is horrified. "its disgusting. this man gets to walk the earth and my son is dead." that is our big story tonight-- headed back to work. the officer who shot and killed
wrongdoing. and the dash cam video has been made public. we have team coverage. our brittany shannon spoke to anderson's family. let's start with bret lemoine live in the newsroom. he has more on the investigation. the district attorney is saying no charges will be filed against the officer who shot and killed jay anderson. with that decision comes a ton of new information surrounding this incident. bw 'the officer acted in accord with wisconsin law.' investigators say wauwatosa police officer joseph mensahs account of backed up by what we see on this short video. were freezing the video right before shots are fired, but police chief barry weber says mensahs use of force is justified. bw 'the park closes at 10 oclock, if there are vehicles in there after hours, officers are supposed to investigate to see whats going on.' weber says mensah confronted jay anderson, who was asleep in his car. anderson was asked to up his hands up after the officer noticed a gun on the passenger seat. bw 'that weapon turned out to be a ruger 9mm loaded with 16 rounds of ammunition and one in the