After turning herself in to authorities, Tulsa County police officer Betty Shelby's mugshot has been released.
A day after the announcement that Tulsa County cop Betty Shelby will be tried in court for first-degree manslaughter, the police officer's mugshot has surfaced online. Betty Shelby, the cop who shot and killed Terence Crutcher, a 40-year-old black preacher, turned herself in to the authorities around 1AM on Friday morning, but has since been released on bail. As reported by The Daily Mail, her bond was set at $50,000.
Outrage was sparked nationwide by the shooting of Terence Crutcher, on account that the late preacher appeared to have had his arms up at the time the trigger was pulled. The Tulsa police claim Crutcher was reaching inside his vehicle for a weapon, although his family refutes this, saying Crutcher does not own or carry firearms. No weapon was found in his vehicle. You can watch the disturbing video footage below.