Prosecutor: Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting Justified In Clarksville

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

CLARKSVILLE (KFSM) -- Prosecutors have reviewed all evidence in an officer-involved shooting and have determined an officer's use of deadly force was justified.

Nyung Kyee, 56, was shot and killed Nov. 4 by Clarksville officer Darrell "Lance" Clubb. Clubb shot Kyee twice in his chest.

Kyee's 15-year-old son saw his father get shot. He was in the passenger seat of Kyee's minivan at the time.

Body cam footage shows Kyee waving a knife at Officer Clubb during a traffic stop on Cline Road while still inside his white Chevy Uplander.

Police said Kyee was swerving in and out of traffic, passing other vehicles by driving in a turn lane and that he failed to stop for Clubb. Body camera video shows Kyee getting out of his car and rushing toward Clubb with it.

Surveillance from three body cameras of officers Clubb, Corey Wayne Ostendorf and Trenton Michael Wood, crimes scene photos and more than ten interviews and reports were among some of the evidence reviewed.

Police said Kyee did not have a known criminal background. Relatives of Kyee told investigators that Kyee suffered a stroke several years ago, and since, "his brain does not work normally," the documents state.

Officer Clubb went back to work last week (Dec. 5).