Search warrant: Woman hit auto before fatal shooting

Search warrant: Woman hit auto before fatal shooting

So far, at least two of the fake signs have emerged in the streets and look like regular orange construction warning signs. It was his partner, Mohamed Noor, who pulled out a gun and shot Damond through the driver's door as she approached their police cruiser.

According to records filed in court, the scene was searched at 6:30 a.m. on July 16 - roughly seven hours after the incident.

Under MN law, it's illegal to post unauthorized signs like the ones that went up yesterday in MPLS and St. Paul...

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A woman approached the back of a Minneapolis police vehicle and "slapped" it shortly before an Australian woman was shot and killed by an officer, according to a search warrant filed by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. While it is unknown who placed the signs, they are an apparent reference to the shooting of 40-year-old Diamond by a police officer recently after calling 911 to report a possible attack behind her home. Officer Matthew Harrity has told investigators that he and Noor were "startled" by a loud noise before Noor opened fire on Damond though the open window of their squad auto.

The death of Damond, a bride to be who grew up in Australia, has attracted worldwide attention and led to the resignation of Police Chief Janeé Harteau. "I've decided I am willing to step aside to let a fresh set of leadership eyes see what more can be done for the MPD to be the very best it can be". He and Harrity are on paid administrative leave.

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