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DA Zappala releases new information about murder of Brackenridge police chief

 
 
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By Natalie Reid Miller, WPXI-TV February 24, 2023 at 12:08 pm EST
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PITTSBURGH — Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala released new information today about the murder of Brackenridge Police Chief Justin McIntire on Jan. 2, including that the chief never drew his gun on the man who allegedly killed him.

“Chief McIntire was ambushed and murdered…he demonstrated everything that you want a police officer to be,” Zappala said. “He had no intention of taking life.”

Channel 11′s Nicole Ford was at the press conference and is going through everything right now. She’ll have a Live report on Channel 11 News starting at 4 p.m.

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DA is breaking down extensive criminal history of Aaron Swan Jr. who police say shot and killed Brackenridge Police Chief Justin McIntire. @WPXI pic.twitter.com/Byu3NK8JDq

— Nicole Ford (@NicoleFordTV) February 24, 2023

Zappala showed a still image from the taser McIntire drew before he was shot. It shows Aaron Lamont Swan Jr, the man police say shot and killed the chief. Zappala said right after the image, Swan shot McIntire several times.

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Zappala showed a still image from the taser McIntire drew before he was shot. It shows Aaron Lamont Swan Jr, the man police say shot and killed the chief. Zappala said right after the image, Swan shot McIntire several times.

 
Zappala’s update dove into Swan’s criminal past, including time in and out of prison, and the events leading up to the shooting of Chief McIntire and Tarentum Officer Jordan Schrecengost on Jan. 2.

 

The district attorney stressed that cooperation between law enforcement units and technology helped officers catch up with Swan, who was eventually shot and killed by officers in Pittsburgh.


 
 
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