BROOKVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office released never before seen video of the officer-involved shooting in Brookville from October.
The five DVD’s of video obtained does not show the actual shooting. The vantage point’s of the dash cams released weren’t angled toward the shooting. It only shows the before and after.
The video was recorded by several officers including Frank Graci and Henry Edds, the first two who responded. Edds was the officer struck in the crossfire who was sent to the hospital.
The video posted below was taken from Officer Edds’s dash camera. In it you can see Edds responding to Speedway after learning that’s where suspect, 31-year-old Ashley Sides ran off to after crashing her white cadillac behind Wendy’s.
The following video was taken from another responding officer’s dash camera. It’s a different vantage point of the scene unfolding in the Speedway parking lot. In it you can see officers surround the scene with crime tape and searching for evidence.
The man accused in the fatal police-involved shooting in Brookville took a plea Friday.
Conrad Davis, who faced multiple charges related to the incident, pled guilty by bill of information. That means that he agreed to a plea deal before the Montgomery County Grand Jury could have formally indicted him on more serious charges.
As a part of the plea, Davis pled guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter, felonious assault, three firearm specifications and felonious assault on a peace officer.
The October shooting left one Brookville police officer injured and Ashley Sides, Davis’ girlfriend, dead.
Davis will be sentenced at 4 p.m. Feb. 10.
The Brookville Police Department confirmed since the October shooting both Officer Edds and Officer Graci have not been taken off paid administrative leave.