New details released on police-involved shooting that killed 1 man and state police K-9

A report from state Office of Inspector General says state police attempted to serve Vaughn Malloy with an arrest warrant for assault and allegedly shooting a woman.

Rose Shannon

Dec 27, 2023, 10:16 PM

Updated 145 days ago

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News 12 has learned new information about the police-involved shooting in Stonington that led to the death of a state police K-9 on Thursday.
A report from the Office of Inspector General says state police attempted to serve Vaughn Malloy with an arrest warrant for assault and allegedly shooting a woman.
The report says when Malloy wouldn't surrender, officers entered the front door of the home.
Malloy then ran with a pistol and ignored officers' commands to stop.
Authorities say that is when K-9 Broko went after Malloy.
As Malloy fell to the ground, he fired several shots at troopers and Broko, killing him.
Officers then shot and killed Malloy.
Graphic Warning-Body camera footage from this incident has been released. You can view it here and here. This footage contains graphic content and may be upsetting to viewers.


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