Death of Christian Glass: parents demand justice 3 months after deputy shoots, kills 22-year-old who was in distress
The parents of a 22-year-old shot and killed by a Clear Creek County Sheriff’s deputy want that person held accountable for their son’s death.
The parents of Christian Glass — Simon and Sally Glass — spoke about his death in early June publicly for the first time on Tuesday and released body cam footage from that night.
It happened late on a Friday night in June when Glass’s car broke down in Silver Plume.
He called 911 for help, and police from Georgetown and Idaho Springs arrived along with the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s deputy.
The sheriff’s office said in June that Glass was agitated and wouldn’t get out of his car. They said he also refused to put down a knife.
Eventually, authorities broke a window, fired bean bag rounds, a taser and multiple shots. And they said Glass tried to stab an officer.
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