CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett wants to help the family of a Louisville man killed by police after curfew on Sunday.
The Louisville man allegedly shot at police, causing police and National Guard personnel to return fire, Louisville police Chief Steve Conrad said earlier on Monday.
The officers involved in the shooting allegedly did not activate their body-worn cameras before the shooting took place.
Garrett tweeted that he wants to help the man's family in anyway that he can.
If anyone can get me in contact with the family, I’ll take care of anything they need. No body cams??? Not one? Then left his corpse on the street? FOR 12 HOURS? Nah man, this is despicable. He deserved better. #DavidMcAtee https://t.co/Du9QFGAX58— Myles Garrett ⚡️ (@MylesLGarrett) June 2, 2020
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