A pastor Patrick Warren Sr in Killeen, Texas has been shot by the police.

Reports say he was shot and killed by local police in his front yard as he was unarmed.

According to reports, Pastor  Patrick’s family noticed changes in his behaviour they contacted mental health professionals for help. The family was told that a mental health deputy was not available at the time, so officers with the Killeen Police Department were dispatched instead.

When police arrived, Patrick initially greeted officers but eventually asked them to leave his property. They refused. Patrick’s family emerged from their home to find Patrick being tared to the ground.

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When Patrick’s family protested “Don’t shoot,” an officer fired his first shot into Patrick and redirected his weapon towards Patrick’s wife, Barbara, telling her to get back from Patrick.

The officer again trains his weapon on Patrick’s body and continues to fire his weapon, killing him.

Within a minute of ringing the doorbell, police shot Patrick 3 times in the chest and killed

The family of Patrick Warren Sr. demands the immediate firing and arrest of the officer responsible for his death. Bell County District Attorney Henry Garza must be prepared to conduct an independent investigation and prosecution of this officer.

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According to his son Patrick Warren Jr. who shared this on a Gofundme on Tuesday said:

“I’m raising money for my father who was tragically killed by Killeen Police 1/10/2021 in front of his family in a nonviolent encounter.

“My father was the sole provider for his family. He had a life insurance policy but with the rise of Covid 19 he was let go from his job and the policy expired 3 months ago. Anything you could contribute big or small would be greatly appreciated!”

More reports gathered revealed that Patrick Warren Sr. was having a mental health crisis. Unarmed on his front lawn. His whole family shouting not to use the gun.

He was shot 3 times and killed eyewitness revealed.

Read Below The Official Report Of National Civil Rights Attorney Lee Merritt Retained by Family of Patrick Warren Sr., 52, Killed by Police in Killeen, Texas.

For Immediate Release

KILLEEN, TEXAS — Our office has been retained by the family of Patrick Warren Sr. who was killed outside of his home by police with the City of Killeen on January 10, 2021. Patrick was unarmed and at his home with family when police began to tase him before firing at least three shots, killing him.

When Patrick’s family began noticing changes in his behaviour they contacted mental health professionals for help. The family was told that a mental health deputy was not available at the time, so officers with the Killeen Police Department were dispatched instead.

When police arrived, Patrick initially greeted officers but eventually asked them to leave his property. They refused. Patrick’s family emerged from their home to find Patrick being tared to the ground.

When Patrick’s family protested “Don’t shoot,” an officer fired his first shot into Patrick and redirected his weapon towards Patrick’s wife, Barbara, telling her to get back from Patrick. The officer again trains his weapon on Patrick’s body and continues to fire his weapon, killing him.

The family of Patrick Warren Sr. demands the immediate firing and arrest of the officer responsible for his death. Bell County District Attorney Henry Garza must be prepared to conduct an independent investigation and prosecution of this officer.

All available body camera and dash-camera video of this encounter must immediately be released to the family attorneys to ensure transparency going forward. A mental health call should not be a death sentence.