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An initial autopsy report has found that a black college football player killed by a police officer had used a synthetic psychedelic drug and marijuana prior to the deadly confrontation at an Arlington car dealership.

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A funeral will be held this weekend for a college football player who was fatally shot by an Arlington police officer answering a burglary call at a car dealership.

Days after a police officer in the Dallas-Fort Worth area city of Arlington fatally shot a young man at a car dealership, Arlington's police chief says that Officer Brad Miller has been fired.

Protesters are calling for criminal charges and police reforms, citing what they call a pattern of violence. Demonstrators held a rally and a march Monday at which people held placards bearing the names of people who have died at the hands of police. Miller, 49, is white; he shot Christian Taylor, 19, who is black.

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The Arlington police chief has fired an officer who fatally shot an unarmed college football player.

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The FBI says it will not join the investigation of an Arlington police officer's shooting of an unarmed teenage burglary suspect by police gunfire.

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The brother of Christian Taylor, the college football player fatally shot by an Arlington police officer, says he's not angry at police but does think they could have handled the confrontation differently.

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Arlington police have asked the FBI to participate in the investigation into the death of a college football player who was fatally shot by an officer during a burglary call at a car dealership.