A Garland police investigation has found that one of its officers fired at least 41 shots during a high-speed chase that ended with a 25-year-old man's death.
Police in the Dallas suburb initially said the suspect's truck rammed the squad car Aug. 31, and the officer feared for his life.
But a report says dashboard camera video shows the officer rammed the truck driven by Michael Vincent Allen, who never tried to assault the officer or return fire.
Investigators say other officers didn't fire a shot during the chase that ended in nearby Mesquite.
The officer is now on extended leave with restricted-duty status, and his police weapons have been taken away. The officer's name hasn't been released.
Mesquite authorities will submit their investigation to the district attorney.