Man named in fatal Danville police shooting; friends ‘angry’
DANVILLE, Ill. (AP) — Friends and relatives of a man fatally shot by Danville police want more information about what happened.
Authorities identified the man as a local resident, 34-year-old DaNathe Gulliford. At least 50 people gathered outside the Danville police department Wednesday night, a day after the shooting.
Sharon Butler says they “just want answers.” Signs and T-shirts said, “Justice for Dee.”
Police say Gulliford was shot after emerging from a car with a gun during a traffic stop. State police are investigating the shooting.
A friend, Dean Williams, says people who knew Gulliford are “angry” and “hurting.”