Ethan Allen The cops story is falling apart! And where is the video of the cash register and cashier!
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) - The attorney for a convenience store where a Missouri teenager allegedly stole cigars before he was shot by police says a customer, not store workers, called police.
Ferguson police released surveillance video Friday that they say shows 18-year-old Michael Brown grabbing the shirt of a smaller man who'd walked out from behind the counter. Police say Brown was suspected of stealing a box of $49 cigars.
The store's attorney, Jay Kanzler, insisted Friday that store workers didn't call police.