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Brother of fugitive killed by Salt Lake City police says he wasn’t armed
Crime » Gunned down 20-year-old was wanted for parole violation on robbery, obstructing justice counts.

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Three officers involved in Taylor’s shooting have been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation, which is being conducted by the neighboring South Salt Lake Police Department.

As for Jerrail Taylor, he was released on parole April 23 after serving 26 months of a 0-to-15-year prison term, according to Department of Corrections spokeswoman Brooke Adams.

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