Victim’s family questions official account of Seward police shooting


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The family of a Chugiak man handcuffed and fatally shot by a Seward police officerearlier this month shared additional details on his death Thursday, raising questions about officials’ description of the shooting as the result of a traffic stop.

Micah McComas, 41, was shot and killed Oct. 1 outside the Carrs Safeway grocery store in Seward by 13-year SPD veteran Officer Matthew “Eddie” Armstrong, according to Alaska State Troopers. This week troopers, who were asked to investigate the shooting by Seward police, pulled McComas over for a speeding violation which troopers said became a drug investigation.

Victim’s family questions official account of Seward police shooting

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