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    Surveillance footage released to the Star-Telegram Sunday by an employee of Classic Buick GMC shows a teen breaking into the Arlington dealership. The altercation with police in which Christian Taylor was hit with a stun gun and shot in the chest, neck and head, is not captured on the video. The footage was provided to the dealership by its security company, Stealth Monitoring Incorporated, said David Lancaster, Classic Buick GMC’s Internet director.

Surveillance footage released to the Star-Telegram Sunday by an employee of Classic Buick GMC shows a teen breaking into the Arlington dealership. The altercation with police in which Christian Taylor was hit with a stun gun and shot in the chest, neck and head, is not captured on the video. The footage was provided to the dealership by its security company, Stealth Monitoring Incorporated, said David Lancaster, Classic Buick GMC’s Internet director.
Surveillance footage released to the Star-Telegram Sunday by an employee of Classic Buick GMC shows a teen breaking into the Arlington dealership. The altercation with police in which Christian Taylor was hit with a stun gun and shot in the chest, neck and head, is not captured on the video. The footage was provided to the dealership by its security company, Stealth Monitoring Incorporated, said David Lancaster, Classic Buick GMC’s Internet director.

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