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UPDATE: Henderson police office release body cam video of shooting

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Posted at 3:34 PM, Feb 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-13 11:20:06-04

UPDATE MARCH 13: The Henderson Police Department has released body cam video of a shooting involving police officers on Feb. 29.

The video shows a man charging at officers with a knife, even after they shot him with a non-lethal weapon. The man later died.

UPDATE MARCH 2: The Clark County coroner has identified the man shot by Henderson police officers as 45-year-old Stephen Douris of Henderson. His cause of death was multiple gunshot wounds. His death was ruled a homicide.

The Henderson Police Department has identified the officers involved in the shooting as Office Travis Nusbaum and Officer Donald Okami.

Officer Nusbaum has been employed with the City of Henderson Police Department since February of 2007 and is currently assigned to the Field Operations Bureau.

Officer Okami has been employed with the City of Henderson Police Department since July of 2015 and is currently assigned to the Field Operations Bureau.

Officers have been placed on paid administrative leave.

ORIGINAL STORY
HENDERSON (KTNV) -- Henderson police officers were involved in a deadly shooting Saturday afternoon.

The Henderson Police Department said officers were called to a home in the 800 block of Viento Del Montagna Avenue, near I-215 and Gibson Road, at about 12:10 p.m. with reports of a violent domestic situation that involved a weapon.

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Officers made contact with a man at the scene who was armed with a knife and used less-lethal options when making contact with him.

However, these options did not work, according to authorities, and the situation led to a shooting. Police said the man died at the scene.

The man's father spoke with 13 Action News and said that the man who was killed was his 45-year-old son and the man had mental issues.

Saturday's shooting was the first involving Henderson officers so far this year.

Stay with 13 Action News for further updates on this developing story