State Police and pastors come to agreement on status of Trooper involved in West Haven shooting

New Haven

(WTNH) — A week of negotiations between State Police and pastors has resulted in an agreement on the status of the Trooper who shot and killed 19-year-old Mubarak Soulemane.

Trooper Brian North will remain on desk duty, but he will not have any contact with the public, not be assigned to a barrack and will not drive his police cruiser until the investigation into the shooting is completed.

Related Content: Family of 19-year-old carjacking suspect shot, killed by police in West Haven calling for impartial investigation

Trooper North shot and killed Soulemane after he allegedly stole a car at knifepoint and led police on a chase into West Haven on January 15. Officials say he was shot after he reportedly pulled a knife.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

New Haven

Waterbury taking coronavirus precautions

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Waterbury taking coronavirus precautions"

Working to save native plants during Invasive Species Week

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Working to save native plants during Invasive Species Week"

The Internship and Career Fair New Haven

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "The Internship and Career Fair New Haven"

Exclusive: Waterbury mayor speaks out about the Holy Cross rowing team crash that seriously injured his daughter and killed her teammate

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Exclusive: Waterbury mayor speaks out about the Holy Cross rowing team crash that seriously injured his daughter and killed her teammate"

WEB EXTRA: Mayor O'Leary of Waterbury speaks about getting the news of the Holy Cross accident

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "WEB EXTRA: Mayor O'Leary of Waterbury speaks about getting the news of the Holy Cross accident"

Court ruling on sanctuary cities funding could impact cities in Connecticut

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Court ruling on sanctuary cities funding could impact cities in Connecticut"
More New Haven

Trending Stories

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss