Hours after the shooting, the police department released a statement saying, "Both officers were equipped with less lethal force options, per department policy.

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"I don't have a Taser," the other officer in the room responds. The transcript released by police officials states that the second officers says into a radio, "We need help" and that Lyles carried two knives after stating that he does not have a taser.

But the audio demonstrates that the radio call followed his statement that he did not have a taser.

The Seattle Police Department released videos showing two vantage points of the fatal shooting of Charleena Lyles, a black mother of four, though the footage offers scant details of what occurred inside an apartment when two white Seattle police officers fired their weapons at the black mother of four, killing her.

The release comes hours after police officials posted dash cam audio from the shooting on the department’s blotter website.

Family members and supporters plan to hold a press conference and rally near the site of the shooting on at 6 p.m. UPDATE 6/20/2017, a.m: This story has been updated to include a transcript of the dashcam audio depicting the fatal police shooting of Charleena Lyles.

It has also been updated to include an exchange between the two involved officers in which ones states that he does not have a taser.

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