Who is Deon Kay? (Shot & Dead) Wiki, Bio, Footage Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Deon Kay
Deon Kay

Deon Kay Wiki – Deon Kay Biography

Deon Kay is an 18-year-old Black resident living in Washington, D.C., who was fatally shot by police on September 2. The Metropolitan Police Department announced in a web newsletter that a DC officer shot the young man at around 4 pm. The Washington Post reported that Kay was shot about 800 meters from her home where she lived with her mother.

Deon Kay Age

He was 18 years old.

Deon Kay Shot & Dead

The newspaper added that Kay, who turned 18 last month, was identified by family members.

The officers initially responded to the report of a gunman, the department stated in the release. Authorities found several people in and around a car. Two of the “suspects” later fled on foot.

On the release, Kay waved his gun during the pursuit and said that one of the police “once fired his firearm, hit the suspect”.

The 18-year-old was transferred by the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services to a nearby hospital where he was being treated for his injuries, the department was released. It was announced that he died in the hospital.

The Washington Post added that the other suspect was not rescued.
All officers involved were on administrative leave according to the ministry’s policy.
Authorities added that the case is currently under investigation.

Body Camera Footage

According to The Washington Post, several city officials have promised to post body footage of the match. They told the newspaper that at least two officers were seen in the video approaching the car disclosed in a parking lot. They also confirmed that they saw the “foot track” below. Authorities said an officer was shown pulling a gun from Kay’s waist as he passed the vehicle. According to The Post, footage of the other police officer shooting and hitting the 18-year-old boy in the chest was recorded.

A crowd of protesters seeking justice for the 18-year-old began to gather at 20:30. Outside the police department, ABC7 reported.
The station said many were chanting “come back” slogans to officers who came out to face them.
ABC7, a protester was heard saying, “You’re about to lose your job because you’re killing us for no reason.”
The #JusticeForDeon hashtag started trending on Twitter on the night of September 2 and over 10,000 tweets the next morning.
While many users called for the expulsion of the police, others compared Kay’s death to the reaction of the police Kenosha hitman Kyle Rittenhouse.