The scene at East Lancaster and Newark avenues after an officer-involved fatal shooting Tuesday evening in east Fort Worth.
The scene at East Lancaster and Newark avenues after an officer-involved fatal shooting Tuesday evening in east Fort Worth. Ryan Osborne rosborne@star-telegram.com
The scene at East Lancaster and Newark avenues after an officer-involved fatal shooting Tuesday evening in east Fort Worth. Ryan Osborne rosborne@star-telegram.com

One dead after officer-involved shooting in east Fort Worth

April 25, 2017 06:26 PM

UPDATED April 26, 2017 08:42 AM

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