Published: Thu, March 15, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Stillwater bail agent Chasity Dawn Carey fatally shoots client

Stillwater bail agent Chasity Dawn Carey fatally shoots client

Last August, Chasity Carey had called her client Brandon Williams to her office on the pretense of buying his auto for her son.

Prosecutors in Stillwater, Oklahoma, have released a video that allegedly shows a bail bond agent killing a man she was trying to take into custody.

The video is from a GoPro camera Carey's son setup in the office.

The idea was that Hnderson would offer to buy Williams' Ford Mustang, which explains why in the video the two men are heard talking about cars.

Worried Williams might try to leave town without paying her, Carey came up with a plan to arrest him.

He moves away from her and she appears to push him.

Carey testified Williams attempted to grab her gun before fleeing out her office window.

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Bail Agent Chasity Dawn Carey testified she shot her client in self-defense.

. A jury watched the video last week, then on Friday acquitted Carey of all charges.

Williams begins to repeatedly question why she wants to arrest him, before he begins to raise his voice saying, "why are you doing this?"

"Mom, you just shot him", Justin Henderson, her 19-year-old son, said.

The video's public release was quashed shortly after the shooting at Thomas's request produced a court order, but it became public record after a jury viewed the video Thursday in court.

Some have argued that Carey was "overcharged" and that a manslaughter charge might have been more appropriate.

Carey's defense attorney told News 4 that jurors said if the prosecution charged her with manslaughter, they would have found her guilty. I am grateful for the service of each and every one of our jurors and do not and will not criticize their verdicts. "I have nothing but the highest praise for this jury". They are heavy burdens and, in my opinion, not one of them enters a courtroom with anything other than a desire to proceed correctly, fairly and zealously and with a deep respect for each other. "I am proud of my staff and the excellent investigators at the Stillwater Police Department for their dedicated efforts in bringing this case to trial".

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