BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Police Department is reviewing body camera footage from the officer-involved shooting in northeast Baltimore early Wednesday morning.

It comes as Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott released a statement saying, in part, “this incident further highlights the need for us to reimagine how we tackle behavioral health issues in Baltimore.”

The shooting happened after police arrived at a home on Falkirk Road for a behavioral crisis call.

Officers Shoot Man Who Reportedly Pulled Gun During Behavioral Crisis Call In NE Baltimore, Police Say

A man allegedly pulled out a gun, and that’s when police say two officers fired their guns several times.

The man is still hospitalized in critical condition.


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