MILWAUKEE – Witness and the police have different accounts as to what happened leading up to the fatal shooting death of Jermaine Claybrooks, 32, a suspected drug dealer.
According to witnesses at the scene, Claybrooks was inside of his car when police opened fire on the vehicle.
A witness, Nate Beverly said, he never heard officers give any commands to Claybrooks, when he was shot on the 4900 block of N. 19th Place.
Beverly told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“They got out and they just start shooting,” Beverly said at the scene of the shooting, where a rally and vigil in support of Claybrooks’ family was held Monday evening.