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Seattle Cops Shot 77-Year-Old Man with Alzheimer's After He Called 911

The man had called about suspicious noises he thought might be a prowler. The dispatcher explained a medical emergency was occurring in front of his house. The man said he had a gun and would use it on anyone trying to ente

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Seattle Police Chief John Diaz said the fatal shooting by officers of an armed man who suffered from dementia was a "tragic incident."

Diaz expressed his condolences to the family of 77-year-old Henry Lee Sr. during a news conference Tuesday morning at Seattle police headquarters.

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