“I want my mommy!” Cop Shoots into Van Full of Children, Kills Unarmed Dad

One of the small children in the van repeated, “I want my mommy!” after watching his unarmed father be blown away by an officer.

Matt Agorist | The Free Thought Project

2017/03/16

Strongsville, OH — A father of three is dead, and his three children are traumatized for life after watching a Strongsville police officer shoot and kill him.

Roy Evans Jr. was unarmed when police killed him during a traffic stop as his children, and their mother watched in utter horror.

The resultant dashcam video is troubling, to say the least.

During the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 7, a Strongsville police officer attempted to pull over the family’s van for a traffic violation.

Evans then made the extremely poor decision of not stopping.

For the next 14 minutes, Evans, with his family in the van, would lead police on a chase until they deployed spike strips to stop the van.

The mother of the children and Evans’ girlfriend, Amanda Pauly explained to police that she attempted to get him to stop.

She would later tell Fox 8 news that Evans, an ex-convict, said that he didn’t want to go back to jail.

When police finally disabled the vehicle, an officer can be heard demanding Evans show his hands before a gunshot rings out and a dispatcher says, “shots fired.”

The officer approached the van and shot Evans in the chest, Pauley told Fox 8.

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