- Posted August 20, 2014 by
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'Black lives matter' protests
Justice for Stacy Stout
Oklahoma City Police conducted a 3-month criminal investigation and never reported finding a weapon in Stout's car.
Christopher and Stacie Stout were shot and killed at S.E. 44th and I-35 Tuesday night. Members of the U.S. Marshal's Fugitive Task Force were serving a warrant in the area when Christopher Stout allegedly tried to run from members of the task force. Investigators say at least eight law enforcement agencies were involved. Investigators say approximately seven officers opened fire on the suspect's car hitting the car with more than 75 rounds.
Stacie Stout, the passenger in the suspect's car did not have a warrant out for her arrest.
After the vehicle was stopped, seven law enforcement officers jumped out of their vehicle and opened fire on Chris and Stacey, riddling the vehicle with at least 75 bullet holes. Stacey Stout is not known to have a criminal record.