Imam Omar Suleiman, an activist who attended demonstrations organised by the group Mothers Against Police Brutality, questioned why the officer was not being held.
Chief Hall said she has been in contact with Jean's family and offered her condolences. The last time they spoke, on Wednesday, they talked about politics, work and church, she said.
Dallas Police say a manslaughter warrant is coming for an Officer involved in a fatal shooting Thursday night.
After graduating in 2016, Jean began a risk assurance internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers. A blood sample was drawn to test the officer for drugs or alcohol.
The woman is now "too scared to call police" in the event of an emergency because she's afraid the encounter will end in a tragedy, she said. His friends and neighbors described him repeatedly as a kind, studious Christian.
After being shot, Jean was taken to Baylor University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead, the newspaper reported.
"Your life has no meaning in the eyes of this system", said Imam Omar Suleiman, also a Dallas activist. His death sparked an outpouring of support and demand for police accountability on Twitter and Facebook, including in his home country, St. Lucia, according to the Times.
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"I won't go into that information right now". "My Harding experience has really inspired me to want to serve and I want every student at Harding to have the best Harding experience possible".
It was unclear initially how the officer entered Jean's home, or why she mistook it for her own residence.
The Dallas Police Department and the District Attorney's Office are conducting a joint investigation. But given what investigators now know about the case, they made a decision to pursue the manslaughter charge, authorities said. The officer, who was not publicly identified by authorities, then opened fire on the man who resided there, police said. "Open up!'" Caitlin Simpson, 20, told the newspaper.
Yazmine Hernandez, 20, was studying with Simpson when they heard the commotion.
'We heard cops yelling, but otherwise had no idea what was going on, ' Ms Hernandez said.