The Austin Police Department released body camera footage showing an exchange of gunfire with a suspect who allegedly displayed a weapon in a “threatening manner” and shot at officers on Oct. 23.
The suspect, Emeka Onyeabo Williams, 42, was hit multiple times when officers returned fire and is listed in stable condition. He faces charges of attempted capital murder, deadly conduct and reckless discharge of a firearm.
The incident began around 9:30 p.m. on Oct. 23 when police received a 911 call about a man displaying a gun at a North Austin apartment complex.
Officers responded to the area and quickly located Williams inside the front patio of a nearby restaurant.
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Attempts were made to evacuate the restaurant when an officer repeatedly instructed Williams over a public address system to come out with his hands up.
At around 10:19 p.m., Williams allegedly began shooting while still inside the yard, prompting five officers to return fire.
Body camera footage released Friday shows Williams in the yard with a gun in front of him after he was shot multiple times.
Williams, who has prior arrests for misdemeanor assault causing bodily injury and marijuana possession, was transported to a local hospital and is listed in stable condition. No one else was injured during the shooting.
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He is currently being held on a combined $350,000 bond, according to jail records.
The five officers who fired their firearms have been placed on administrative duty pending investigation.