Ohio Man Fatally Shot by Police While Cleaning Out Grandmother’s Home: Family Demands Answers

Family and friends of an Ohio man are in shock after he was fatally shot by police while cleaning out his late grandmother’s home.

John Q. Jones, 24, was shot by police on Saturday after they were called to the home in response to a report of a man with a gun.

According to police, they arrived at the home and encountered Jones, who was armed with a gun. After ordering him to drop the weapon, police say Jones did not comply, and an officer fired at him, fatally wounding him.

The family of Jones quickly disputed the police’s version of events, saying that he was unarmed and was simply cleaning out the home of his late grandmother.

In response to the shooting, the family of Jones held a protest on Sunday to demand that the police release the footage of the incident.

“I want to know why,” said Jones’ father, Robert Jones, during the protest. “I want to see the footage. I want to know why my son is dead.”

The police have yet to release the footage, citing an ongoing investigation into the shooting.

The shooting has sparked outrage among many in the community, who are calling for justice for Jones and his family.

The incident is the latest in a string of police shootings of unarmed people that have sparked nationwide protests against police brutality and racism.