Cameras found in the home of Naaman Adcock, a former Fort Smith police officer, may have recorded the entire shooting incident, authorities say.
Thursday morning, May 29, deputies with the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at the residence of Adcock, according to Sequoyah County Sheriff Ron Lockhart.
Deputies found video cameras inside the residence that could reveal the previous shooting incident caught on tape.
All evidence has been sent to Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for a forensic search of a hard drive and cameras found, according to authorities.
A criminal investigation into Adcock was started after the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office responded to his residence in response to reports of a domestic disturbance and shots being fired.
Adcock was arrested and placed on administrative leave Tuesday (May 27) after Sequoyah County deputies said he fired a gun inside his home and held a gun to a five-year-old child’s head.