The 14th Circuit Solicitor's Office has released chilling video of a 2016 officer-involved shooting. The footage comes from the personal glasses camera of Estill police officer, Quincy Smith.
It was the first day of 2016 and another day on the job for Smith. He was responding to a call about a man harassing people outside of a local convenience store.
"Come here for a second. Come here! If you don't--you better stop," Smith is heard yelling to the man identified as Malcolm Orr.
Fourteen times Smith directs Orr to stop walking and take his hands out of his pockets. But, instead of listening, Orr attacked.
"Take your hands out your pockets!" Smith yells before being shot.
Video shows Smith running away from Orr as shots continue to fire off.
"Dispatch! I'm hit! Dispatch E7, I'm hit!" Smith yells into his radio once he gets into his police car.
At one point, a bystander, who identifies himself as J. Tompkins, comes to help.
"I am going to stay here with you man," Tompkins can be heard saying.
Severely wounded with a broken arm and gunshot to the neck, Smith asked dispatch to pass along a message.
"Dispatch, please tell my family I love them," Smith requests.
"Malcom Orr's, his actions, he had--there was nothing redeeming about him," said Solicitor Duffie Stone with the 14th Circuit Solicitor's Office.
That's why Stone says he worked to prosecute Orr.
Stone said, "He shot the officer point-blank and had no feeling about doing it whatsoever."
Fortunately, Officer Smith is alive and recovering.
This week, a 12-person jury convicted Orr of attempted murder and possession of a firearm while committing a violent crime. Orr has been sentenced to the maximum penalty--35 years in jail.
Officer Quincy Smith is still on leave from the Estill Police Department, but he hopes to return after the new year.