Chase Allen Shot Dead – It has been reported that the family of a young law student from Utah who was killed by police officers while they were conducting a traffic stop is now claiming that they just found out about the heinous murder from the media. The young man was shot and killed by the officers while they were conducting the traffic stop.
On March 1, five policemen from the Farmington Police Department opened fire on Chase Allen, who was 25 years old at the time. Allen was sitting in his blue BMW 3-Series that was parked in front of a local post office when the shooting occurred. At the site, Allen’s death was confirmed by medical personnel.
According to the police, when they questioned Allen about the lack of a license plate on his vehicle, he became non-compliant and refused to answer their questions, which ultimately led to the escalation of the incident. It is unclear whether or not he was carrying a weapon at the time.
Photos obtained shortly after the incident show Allen’s feet sticking out from the bottom of a stretcher while his bullet-riddled automobile sits nearby. Allen was wearing red high-top sneakers at the time of the incident. The family of Allen claims that they were not given adequate information about his gruesome demise. They have accused the police department of killing their loved one in an unlawful manner and have accused the police of covering up the incident.