Maurice Gordon, 28, of Poughkeepsie, New York, died May 23 after being being shot by State Police Sgt. Randall Wetzel along the Garden State Parkway in Bass River.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's Office laid out a timeline of what investigators say happened.
3:13 a.m.: Gordan's car was disabled in the middle lane in Red Bank near Exit 91 and local police responded.
4:54 a.m.: Gordon's car became disabled again near Exit 72 in Waretown. State police responded.
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6:13 a.m.: Gordon was pulled over for driving 101 mph near exit 62 in Stafford.
6:26 a.m.: Gordon was pulled over for driving 110 mph in Bass River.
It was during this lengthy interaction that investigators say Gordon, while sitting in the back of a police cruiser -- an offer from the officer, with Gordon not under arrest -- first tried to leave. A scuffle ensued, police say, with Gordon trying to get in the driver's seat of the patrol car. The scuffle continued, and Gordon was shot multiple times.
"Why? Why? Why? Why did you kill my son? Why?" Gordon's mother, Raquel Barrett, said. "Need answers from the police. I do need answers. My daughter needs answers. His dad needs answers. His other brothers and sisters need answers. My family in Jamaica need answers."
The body cam video of the traffic stop shows the Jamaican immigrant being shot and killed by the trooper, but Barrett says the family had been left in the dark until they got an attorney, who was allowed to see the dash cam video last week.
"The trooper shot him multiple times in his body," attorney William O. Wagstaff III said. "Maurice lets off a scream, and then you watch him fall to the ground...the officer manhandled his bullet-ridden body and put handcuffs on him after he had already shot him."
Gov. Phil Murphy said the case will be turned over to a grand jury.