Families of man, 18, boy, 16, shot and killed by deputy in Cocoa pushing for answers

Video: Families of man, 18, boy, 16, shot and killed by deputy in Cocoa pushing for answers

COCOA, Fla. — It’s been nearly a week since a deputy-involved shooting in Cocoa claimed the lives of 16-year-old A.J. Crooms and 18-year-old Sincere Pierce.

Their families and community are continuing to demand answers.

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One of the things they’re asking about is the release of a second dashcam video. But officials said that’s not going to happen.

There were two deputies at the shooting scene, but Channel 9 confirmed that only one dashcam was rolling.

Cynthia Green said her Ring camera captured Pierce in the driveway of their home on Friday, getting into a vehicle minutes before his death.

Another camera in the Cocoa neighborhood is rolling as sheriff’s cruisers come into view.

But, a Brevard Sheriff’s Office dashcam provides a clear view of what happened just before shots rang out near the corner of Ivey Drive and Stetson Drive.

Attorneys for the families of Pierce and Crooms are asking anyone with potential video evidence to come forward now as the Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigates.

Video: Demonstrators march through Cocoa after deputy fatally shot boy, 16, man, 18

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