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EXCLUSIVE SURVEILLANCE VIDEO: Never before seen angle of deadly officer-involved shooting at Jackson, MS gas station

The video shows the officer patting down one of the suspects, 30-year-old Elliot Reed, after a traffic stop. Source: surveillance video The video shows the officer patting down one of the suspects, 30-year-old Elliot Reed, after a traffic stop. Source: surveillance video
The video shows the second suspect, 26-year-old Chauncey Reed (black shirt), retrieving a weapon from inside the vehicle and pointing it at the officer. Source: surveillance video The video shows the second suspect, 26-year-old Chauncey Reed (black shirt), retrieving a weapon from inside the vehicle and pointing it at the officer. Source: surveillance video
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

MSNEWSNOW has obtained a never before seen angle of the surveillance video showing a deadly officer-involved shooting that happened in Jackson Wednesday night. 

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The video shows the officer patting down one of the suspects, 30-year-old Elliot Reed, after a traffic stop at the Valero gas station in Jackson on Cooper Road. From there, a struggles ensues, showing what appears to be Elliot Reed (white shirt) trying to overtake the officer and at some point shots are fired.

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The video shows the second suspect, 26-year-old Chauncey Reed (black shirt), retrieving a weapon from inside the vehicle and pointing it at the officer. The officer is also seen firing at the vehicle and shattering the driver's side window. 

Police say Elliot Reed was hit multiple times and died at the hospital.

Chauncey Reed is charged with aggravated assault on a police officer and capital murder. Police say his actions during the incident led to the murder charge.

On Thursday, Chauncey Reed was mistakenly released from the Hinds County Detention Center. Hinds County Investigators, along with Jackson police and U.S. Marshals, were able to get him back in custody hours later and he was taken to the Madison County Detention Center. 

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Detention Command staff say they are currently reviewing the process and will have this corrected to prevent an error like this from happening again.

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