BCA Searches Cell Phones of Officers Involved in Damond Shooting

August 10, 2017 05:42 PM

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension searched the cell phones of the two Minneapolis police officers that were involved in the shooting of Justine Damond last month, according to court records.

According to a search warrant filed in Hennepin County District Court, investigators took four CDs worth of data from the cell phones of Officer Mohamed Noor and Officer Matthew Harrity.


RELATED: BCA Looking at Training Records of Officers Involved in Damond Shooting

Investigators were searching for data including contact lists, text messages, emails images, video, social media history and web browsing history.

Both of the phones searched were issued to the officers by the Minneapolis Police Department.

Last week, the BCA filed a search warrant to obtain training records for the two officers. 

RELATED: Timeline of Fatal SW Minneapolis Shooting

The BCA took over the investigation of the shooting at the request of the Minneapolis Police Department.


Ben Rodgers

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