BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — The mother of a Brevard County teen is pleading for answers after he was shot by a Brevard County deputy last year.
Cynthia Green stood outside State Attorney Phil Archer’s office Tuesday demanding his office release the FDLE investigative report of the incident.
“I want justice, I want transparency, I want everything that’s coming to my baby because he didn’t deserve this,” Green said.
Green’s son Sincere Pierce, along with 16-year-old Angelo Crooms, were shot by a Brevard deputy during a traffic stop last November near Cocoa.
At the time deputies said the car that Crooms and Pierce were in had fled from a traffic stop earlier.
Investigators say deputies were forced to open fire after the driver accelerated at the deputy despite being told several times to get out of the car.
Green, who had seen deputies following the car, arrived on the scene just as the shooting began.
“Sure enough, as soon as I turned that corner, I saw them pulling in and jumping out the car with the guns,” she said.
Both teens died at the scene.
Deputies later released dashcam video that shows the 16-year-old driver backing out of the driveway and turning toward deputies.
The case was turned over to FDLE, who then turned over their findings to State Attorney Phil Archer in February.
In a statement the state attorney office said:
“We have reached the final stages of our review and we will continue to maintain our policy of not discussing the case publicly while that process is underway.”
Even though only one deputy fired his weapon, both deputies involved have been on paid administrative leave while the case is still under investigation.