A police officer walked into a man's home

Dallas police officer kills 26-year-old man after entering wrong apartment believing it was her own

Reporters pressed the police chief about the officer's mental state when she entered the apartment at 1210 S. Lamar St.in Dallas - was she worn out, or under the influence? - but Hall didn't want to speculate.

Dallas police were in the process of obtaining a warrant on manslaughter charges against the unidentified police officer, who is described as a female Caucasian, police Chief Ulysha Renee Hall said Friday. Police said they are unsure what happened between the two but at some point, she fired her weapon and struck Jean.

An off-duty Dallas police officer fatally shot a Harding University graduate Thursday night after she walked into his apartment thinking it was her own, according to the Police Department. She then shot him, authorities said. A blood sample was drawn to test the officer for drugs or alcohol. "This family is upset", said attorney Lee Merritt.

"At the very early stages of this investigation - initial indications were that they were what we consider circumstances of an officer-involved shooting".

Jean was the first son of Alison Jean, former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, and Bertram Jean, a supervisor at WASCO, a water and sewer company on St. Lucia, according to the St. Lucia Times.

The officer has not been arrested but has been placed on administrative leave during the police investigation, according to the authorities.

The Police Department asked the Texas Rangers, the state's top law enforcement agency, to take over the investigation.

Harding University President Bruce McLarty shared his favorite memory of Jean with students in chapel Friday morning.

Allison also revealed that she was visiting NY when she received a call informing her that Botham had been killed in his own apartment.

The chief identified the officer only as a patrol officer who is white, saying that the officer was not in custody and that she did not know her whereabouts.

"Right now there are more questions than answers", Hall said. "Gone with the Angel's. lord keep me sane", Jean said. "We understand the concerns of the community", Hall told reporters.

Jean moved to Dallas after college. Family and friends have taken to social media to mourn the death of their loved one.

Jean worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Dallas, an worldwide company that does assurance, tax and advisory work for companies around the world.

Jean's mother said the news was devastating. He was a risk assurance experienced associate.

"This is a bad tragedy", Jean's employer said.



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