Chiefs Jovan Belcher Final Hours Video Released by Kansas Police

Kansas City police has released a video of cops trying to wake up Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher in the morning of the day he fatally shot girlfriend Kasandra Perkins and self, reported Newsday.  

The footage, which lasts 10 minutes, shows cops trying to wake up Belcher who was apparently sleeping in his black Bentley — which was parked outside an apartment building, reportedly in the early morning of the day of the tragedy.  

According to Newsday, the "dashboard camera video," recorded at about 3:00 a.m. on December 1, shows police shinning a flashlight into the car were Bentley was reportedly sleeping.

Three officers are seen and heard in the video telling Belcher to "go upstairs" into the building on the 700 block of East Armour Boulevard and "refrain from driving the rest of the night."

Read more on Newsday

Watch the video below:


How likely are you to make Mic your go-to news source?

MORE FROM

Conservative columnist Bret Stephens joins MSNBC

Stephens is the latest conservative voice to join MSNBC.

Department of Homeland Security announces new airline security rules

The new measures could help end the electronics ban.

Democrats on Neil Gorsuch's first Supreme Court term: "We've got another Scalia"

Some say Gorsuch's even-handed performance during his confirmation hearings "might be more an act than it was a real persona."

Fox News just hired US Rep. Jason Chaffetz as a correspondent

Chaffetz is headed to Fox.

Here are the key rulings from the Supreme Court's busy June term

The court's term ended with rulings on immigration, the First Amendment, LGBTQ rights and more.

These 3 Republican governors could pose the biggest threat to the Senate health care bill

Why some Republican governors oppose their own party's health care bill

Conservative columnist Bret Stephens joins MSNBC

Stephens is the latest conservative voice to join MSNBC.

Department of Homeland Security announces new airline security rules

The new measures could help end the electronics ban.

Democrats on Neil Gorsuch's first Supreme Court term: "We've got another Scalia"

Some say Gorsuch's even-handed performance during his confirmation hearings "might be more an act than it was a real persona."

Fox News just hired US Rep. Jason Chaffetz as a correspondent

Chaffetz is headed to Fox.

Here are the key rulings from the Supreme Court's busy June term

The court's term ended with rulings on immigration, the First Amendment, LGBTQ rights and more.

These 3 Republican governors could pose the biggest threat to the Senate health care bill

Why some Republican governors oppose their own party's health care bill