An Australian woman who taught meditation was shot dead by police in Minneapolis Saturday after she called 911 herself, and now her family is reeling and looking for answers.
A 40-year-old Australian woman was fatally shot by a Minneapolis police officer Saturday.
US police officers have shot dead an Australian woman who reportedly called 911 after hearing a noise near her home in Minneapolis.
Justine Damond was shot after reporting a disturbance but the officers' body cameras were not turned on.
An Australian woman who called 911 to report a disturbance outside her home has been shot and killed by police in Minneapolis.
A 19-year-old Columbia woman was treated at a hospital after she was shot in the face, police said.
The woman, a native Australian, was engaged to a Minneapolis man. She had made the initial 911 call about a possible assault in the alley behind the house, her fiance's son says.
Justine Damond, 40, who family members said called 911 to report a possible assault behind her south Minneapolis home Saturday night, was fatally shot by a police officer. Her family is "desperate for information."