CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has just released the body camera footage from a deadly police shooting at a Burger King Burger on Beatties Ford Road at I-85 in March. 

Danquirs Franklin, 27, was shot and killed by police when officers said he refused to drop his weapon. 

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Here is a timeline of events from the shooting. 

Monday, March 25, 2019

9:00 a.m. to 9:02 a.m. | CMPD dispatch receives first 911 call about a man inside Burger King with a gun. The caller tells dispatch the man, later identified as Franklin, walks behind the counter to 'frighten an employee.' 

9:01 a.m. - 9:04 a.m. | Second 911 call placed to CMPD dispatch. Caller states someone ran up to her car.  The caller said she was in line waiting for her food when she spotted the man in front of her car. The caller said she believed the man had a gun in his sweatpants but stated she never actually saw the gun. 

9:02 a.m. | CMPD officers dispatched to the scene. 

9:03 a.m. | Officers en route to the scene. 

9:04 a.m. | Officers arrive on scene. 

Body camera footage from Officer Wende Ker shows CMPD officers commanding Franklin to 'drop his gun' more than 17 times. 

Franklin is kneeling beside of a maroon Honda. 

WARNING: The following is body camera video released by CMPD. The video shows graphic images of Danquirs Franklin crime scene. Viewer discretion is advised. 

The shooting:

Officer Wende Kerl: “Let’s see your hands. Let me see your hands now. Now.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “I’m crossing. I’m crossing.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “Get her out of the way. Sir, put the gun down."

Officer Wende Kerl: “Put the gun down."

Officer Wende Kerl: “He’s got a gun. He’s got a gun."

Officer Wende Kerl: “Drop the gun. Drop the weapon."

Officer Wende Kerl: “Ma’am, get out of the way."

Officer Wende Kerl: "Drop the gun."

Officer Wende Kerl: “Drop it now.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “Drop the weapon.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “I said drop it.”

Franklin is heard saying, "I heard you the first time."

Officer Wende Kerl: “Drop the weapon now.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “Put it on the ground.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “Put it on the ground.”

Officer Wende Kerl fires weapon.

Franklin is heard saying, "You told me to ..."

Officer Wende Kerl: “Shots fired. Shots fired. I shot a fire.”

Officer Wende Kerl says to passenger inside the maroon Honda, “Let me see your hands.”

Officer Wende Kerl: “I got to pick up the gun.”

4:20 p.m. | CMPD identifies the victim of the shooting as 27-year-old Danquirs Napoleon Franklin.

Monday evening | Members of the Charlotte community hold peaceful protests at CMPD headquarters and Burger King to mourn. 

Friday, March 29, 2019 

NBC Charlotte files a petition to the court to have CMPD release the body camera footage of the deadly shooting. 

Thursday, April 11, 2019 

Judge orders CMPD to release body cam footage of the officer-involved shooting. 

Monday, April 15, 2019

10:30 a.m. | Charlotte City leaders and Mayor Vi Lyles hold a news conference ahead of CMPD releasing the body cam footage.
2:00 p.m. | The full body camera video is released to the media. 

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