The white police officer who shot and killed a Black man Thursday, after mistakenly entering his apartment, continued to walk free on Sunday, despite the Dallas police chief calling for a manslaughter warrant for her arrest.
Guyger, 30, of Dallas, was charged with manslaughter, according to jail records. The Rangers have postponed seeking a warrant on manslaughter charges - a move Dallas police Chief Renee Hall had announced - until they can gather more information from the officer.
Dallas police identified the officer as Amber Guyger, a four-year veteran of the department assigned to the Southeast Patrol Division. The Texas Department of Public Safety said in a news release that Guyger was booked into the Kaufman County Jail and that the investigation is ongoing. Her initial remarks at a news conference were also posted on the Dallas police blog.
"Super scary because the police are supposed to protect you and then they come home and you're just hanging out in your own house and then they come home thinking they're home or whatever", said Richard Healy Nelson, who lives in the complex.
Jean's mother shared stories with the mayor about her late son, "how he loved everybody", "how much he loved Dallas", "didn't really see color" and "always had a smile on his face", according to Rawlings.
Jean's mother, Allison, suggested in an interview on Friday that her son might still be alive if he was white.
An attorney for the family, Lee Merritt speaking after a prayer vigil Saturday for Jean, told media that Guyger should be arrested.
But he says they want Guyger "to be treated like every other citizen, and where there is evidence that they've committed a crime, that there's a warrant to be issued and an arrest to be made".
This is a developing story and will be updated.
Police say Guyger shot and killed Jean after returning in uniform to the South Side Flats, where they both had apartments, following her shift.
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One of the officers was trying to search Perez when he became combative, the affidavit said.
CNN also reported that the Thursday night incident was not the only shooting in which Guyger has been involved while on the force.
Right now there are more questions than answers.
While Johnson could not answer the question during their meeting, the new evidence brought forward included a witness and video footage in the aftermath of the shooting, according to Merritt. In May of 2017, she was involved in a shooting when a suspect took her taser, CNN wrote.
Authorities have not said how Guyer got into Jean's home, or whether his door was open or unlocked. At some point, the officer fired her weapon striking the victim.
Jean was listed on LinkedIn as a risk assurance experienced associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
"This is a bad tragedy", the company said in a statement.
Jean's family has also hired attorney Benjamin Crump, who is best known for representing the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown.