Police release web cam video of Walmart brawl



Police release web cam video of Walmart brawl

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COTTONWOOD, Ariz. — Seven members of an Idaho family who had been camping in a Walmart parking lot are at the center of a melee Saturday that ended with one man dead, and two people, including a police officer, wounded, according to police.

An Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman said Cottonwood Sgt. Jeremy Daniels, 31, a 10-year-veteran, should make a full recovery from his injuries and is expected to be released soon from the Flagstaff Medical Center.

The man who died in the officer-involved shooting has not been positively identified and another man who was shot in the abdomen has not been identified, either, said Bart Graves, the DPS spokesman.

The wounded man is expected to be arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault when he is released from the hospital, Graves said.

The incident started Saturday night when a female Walmart employee was shoved aside when she tried to enter a restroom, Graves said.

When police arrived, the Idaho family members “immediately attacked the responding officers,” Graves said.

Three shots were fired and three people were hit, Graves said. It is not clear at this time who fired the shots, he said.

He said seven members of the Idaho family were arrested, in addition to the man who was killed. Graves identified one suspect, Jeramiah Gaver, 29, of Boise, who was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault.

“The process of identifying all of these people is painstaking,” Graves said. “We believe there is a family connection.”

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