Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Tuesday that Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor "recklessly and intentionally fired" his gun, killing 911 caller Justine Ruszczyk, known professionally as Justine Damond, in July 2017.
Freeman announced murder and manslaughter charges against Noor in Ruszczyk's death after he convened an investigative grand jury in the case.
Here is the timeline according to the criminal complaint. Noor remains in the Hennepin County jail on the charges. Minneapolis police said that Tuesday was his last day on the force.
Read the criminal complaint
Correction (March 21, 2018): Justine Ruszczyk's name was misspelled in an earlier version of the timeline. The timeline has been updated.
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