MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The Alabama Department of Public Safety said a state trooper involved in a deadly shooting over the weekend has been placed on paid administrative leave.
Multiple law enforcement sources tell FOX10 the trooper involved in the incident is Daryl Bosarge.
Many questions remain about what led to the shooting of 21-year-old Garett Chruma on Saturday June, 8 in the Wilmer area.
Surveillance video obtained by FOX10 shows Chruma first speaking with state troopers at a Chevron gas station along Lott Road in Wilmer.
The Alabama Bureau of Investigation picked up a copy of the video on Wednesday June, 12 after it aired on FOX10 the night before.
"We have so much to deal with," said Charlie Howell with the ABI. "This is a big investigation, and we want to make sure we do everything right in this. And like I said, everything takes time."
Chruma was shot and killed after authorities said he led troopers on a short high-speed chase.
Witnesses said the troopers stopped Chruma at the Chevron because he was not wearing a helmet.
Video shows, after speaking with officials, that Chruma left and sped down the road.
Employees at the business said a trooper walked into the store to ask about the ‘speeding biker.'
Minutes later, at 8 p.m., authorities confirm state troopers located and chased Chruma. A foot pursuit followed and that's when authorities said a trooper shot the 21-year-old.
Authorities maintain Chruma was armed, although they have yet to release what the weapon was.
State troopers have released little information about the incident.
Authorities said they will release their findings to the district attorney's office.
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