| Barry Deloatch ： ウィキペディア英語版|
Barry "Gene" Deloatch was a resident of New Brunswick, New Jersey, who was fatally shot by police in the early morning of September 22, 2011.〔(Crowd Protests NJ Police Shooting | NBC New York )〕 The circumstances of his death generated significant controversy, leading to a series of high-profile resident protests and an investigation by the Middlesex County Prosecutor.
Deloatch worked at New Brunswick High School as security officer and maintenance staff. He was planning to marry his long-time girlfriend in January 2012.〔(Relatives of New Brunswick shooting victim allege he was running away when he was shot | NJ.com )〕
Officers approached Deloatch and two other men around 12:12 AM near the intersection of Throop Avenue and Handy Street.〔〔(Friends, relatives of slain New Brunswick man protest, claiming wrongful death | NJ.com )〕 Deloatch fled into a nearby alley and two police officers followed. He fled by crawling under a fence, and Officer Mazan attempted to follow him through the fence while Officer Berdel attempted to go around a nearby house to approach from the other side. Officer Mazan became entrapped and unable to access his weapons. Deloatch began to beat Officer Mazan in the head with a wooden board, and failed to follow Officer Berdel's orders to stop attacking the officer. He was shot twice in the side.〔(Protesters rally against alleged police brutality - The Daily Targum: News )〕 Deloatch had no firearm, but radio recordings state "the suspect was attempting to hit us with a wooden stick".〔 Deloatch was pronounced dead at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital at 12:37 AM.〔
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