The family of DJ Henry, a Pace University student from Easton who was shot and killed by police outside a bar in Mount Pleasant, New York in 2010, says they finally have evidence of a police cover-up.
The evidence gathered in a lawsuit over the fatal police shooting of a New York college student may soon be made public.
An eyewitness says D.J. Henry, who was killed by police, came to a near-stop when an officer stepped in front of his car, but then sped up and struck him.
An attorney for the family of a college football player killed in his car by police says a woman who tried to help revive the student has been found, though he wouldn’t identify her.
THORNWOOD, N.Y. (CBS) ― CBS sources say that toxicology tests reveal that Danroy “DJ” Henry’s blood alcohol level was .13 early Sunday morning when he was shot to death by a police officer in Thornwood, N.Y. […]
BOSTON (CBS) — The family of a college student from Easton shot and killed by police in New York is raising serious concerns about the police investigation.
EASTON (WBZ) — There was an overflow of tears as hundreds of mourners attended a candlelight vigil for Danroy Henry, the 20-year-old Easton native killed by police in New York early Sunday morning.