More photos, transcripts and audio records have been released in the Corey Jones shooting investigation.
The voice of Corey Jones is heard on the morning he was waiting for a tow truck and approached by Palm Beach Gardens police officer Nouman Raja and killed.
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The audio of his voice is from his call to AT&T roadside assistance.
It was after 3 a.m. on Oct. 18, 2015 when Jones broke down off I-95 at the PGA exit.
His entire conversation with the dispatcher was recorded while he waited for assistance.
Nowhere on the audio do you hear Raja identify himself as a police officer.
Corey Jones had a gun with him the night he was shot, but it was never fired.
Also released Tuesday an FBI animated reenactment of what investigators believe happened before, during and after the deadly encounter.
Raja was indicted by a grand jury and charged with attempted first-degree murder and manslaughter.
The former officer has pleaded not guilty.
In an interview with investigators, Raja says he identified himself as police before he fired his gun.
"And as I got close to the vehicle, and uh, the door swung open and, uh, this guy jumps outside immediately. He got out of the van and then he’s like, “I’m okay, I’m okay, man.” And at which point I said, “Hey, man, police, can I help you?” And the second I said police, he jumped back and I clearly remember him drawing and don’t, pointing a gun at me," said Raja in the interview.
Raja said Corey started running and he called 911. He re-enacts the call and what was happening for investigators.
"Hey, this is Gardens Alpha 1, this is Raja. I just shot, I just shot a guy, the guy had a gun,” and I’m describing the guy. And as he’s going right there, he stops and turns around and he looks at me, and I was just, and I’m like Aim! And I bang, bang, bang, and I fire about two or maybe three rounds over here and I see him drop. And I come up a little bit more and I’m still on the phone. I slow down and I slow down, and then I couldn’t see him anymore. And I was like, “I’ve lost sight of him, I’ve lost sight of him. I don’t know where he is," said Raja as he described to investigators what he said during the 911 call.
Gun shots don't appear to be heard during the 911 call, which the FBI's animation shows was made 35 seconds after shots were fired. During Raja's interview he was asked if he had anything on that could identify him as a police officer and he said he did not have time to get his wallet badge. His police vest was found in his car.
Below is a transcript of Raja's crime scene walk-through with the FBI.
This is a developing story and will be updated.