Family of former Credit Union of Atlanta president/CEO Dean Gaymon settle their wrongful death suit with Essex County, N.J.
Dean Gaymon killed by New Jersey officer in reported 2010 sex sting. Family's lawsuit questions circumstances.
Grand jury clears police officer in July 2010 shooting in Newark park.
The undercover sheriff detective who admitted to shooting and killing the president/CEO of Credit Union of Atlanta in July was back on the job within days of the incident.
In town for a high school reunion, DeFarra Gaymon, president/CEO of the Credit Union of Atlanta, was shot and killed by an undercover sheriff's detective July 16 in a Newark, N.J., park.
The family of DeFarra Gaymon, president/CEO of the Credit Union of Atlanta, said the statement from the detective who shot and killed Gaymon is "inconsistent" and "jumbled."
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office will have a press conference today at 4:00 p.m. to provide a statement regarding the undercover detective involved in the fatal shooting of Credit Union of Atlanta President/CEO DeFarra Gaymon.
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert Laurino today announced that an autopsy performed by the Essex County Medical Examiner's Office determined Credit Union of Atlanta President/CEO DeFarra Gaymon died from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen.