While being pursued by police, Cedillo have his hands air before a Pueblo opened fire on him, shooting of 15 rounds, including several after he had fallen to and moving.
Now, almost six months after killing Cedillo, the Tenth Judicial District Attorney's Office has cleared the deputy who shot and killed the young man.
After clearing Deputy Jeffrey Alfonso death of Cedillo, the department also released the body camera footage from the shooting.
They claim it justifies the man's death and exonerates their officer.
According to police, reported that Cedillo pointed a gun at her, threatened her, and took her 2016 Nissan Versa.
When officers spotted the car, a chase ensued and ended when Cedillo crashed into a ran away on foot.
Pueblo who were area, saw the suspect vehicle driving with a near the intersection of Palmer Avenue and Veta Avenue.
Police officers and sheriff's deputies searched and located the vehicle in an alley between Colorado Avenue and Quincy Street, where it had become disabled after crashing into pole.
The suspect, who was seen carrying a handgun, got out of the vehicle running north down the alley with deputies and in pursuit on foot.
The suspect advanced toward deputies with a gun in his hand 300 block of Quincy Street.
Sounds cut and dry, right? Well, a video taken by a neighbor, eyewitnesses, not exactly how it played out.
Cedillo's aunt, Amanda Fox explained how it unfolded.
"My nephew Jesse Cedillo was shot by a Pueblo County Sheriff on March 14, 2020. The deputy unloaded his entire clip at Jesse after they shot and fatally injured Jesse 12 plus PPD and PCSO officers stood around and watched as he died not even trying him in any way. This was a senseless loss to a young life. Jesse armed and put his hands up officer shoot and kept shooting. They left Jesse laying there uncovered for 7 hours. shooting was videotaped by a neighbor who is outraged by the killing of a 20-year-old young life."
Jaelyn Cedillo, Jesse's sister also says no gun and says that the newly released body camera footage doesn't show one.
"No where see any officer recover a gun," Jaelyn said.
In the body camera video, the officers on the scene ask multiple times "Where gun?" report, the gun was found under his torso.
If this occurred not captured footage.
Police released screenshots of the body camera footage which they claim show Cedillo holding a handgun.
Although the cellphone video is taken from rather , tell one thing and it's that Cedillo's hands are air, above his head, when killed.
The video below also slows down the officer opened fire on him and appears can see his fingers.
As shot, nothing appears to fall from Cedillo's hands, and at no time does he appear to be pointing anything officer's direction.
The original video account for what the officer sees as Cedillo runs from in between houses, but when he fires the remaining rounds, see exactly what happened.
In the body camera footage, see Cedillo lifeless on as Alfonso continues firing into his body.
After the officer began shooting at Cedillo, he kept shooting and shooting, even after Cedillo had fallen to and lie motionless.
A dozen officers then surrounded his body and stood there, not helping .
Another indicator that Cedillo was unarmed when he was shot not the cops immediately bent the gun or move it far awayhim.
This is procedure with police the gun the suspect.
Not until the cops stand around him for several moments officer appear for Cedillo's waistband.
Also worth mentioning officer's careless disregard for whoever was house behind Cedillo as he dumped 15 rounds into it.
TFTP has reported on multiple tragic cases even children killed by cops shooting at unarmed suspects.
Luckily, home was hurt - 6-year-old Kameron Prescott cannot say .
The first newly released body camera second original footage on which TFTP reported.