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Topic - David Baker
A Marion County, Oregon, grand jury says a Salem police officer was justified in fatally shooting a 46-year-old man who had refused orders to drop a 12-inch knife and lunged at the officer with the weapon.
A man shot by a Salem police officer has died.
Authorities in Salem, Ore., say a police officer responding to a domestic violence call shot and critically wounded a man who reportedly was coming at him with a knife.
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Baker said he fired twice at Conley after the man refused multiple requests to drop the knife, advanced on the officer and lunged at him.
Marysville Police Chief David Baker says investigators are looking into whether the pair got distracted by headphones or something else when the accident occurred.