Officer Gerald Hoins received a search warrant using an unnamed confidential informer to confirm that drugs are being sold at Harding Street, according to testimonies received by CNN. The evidence, dated February 14, details the investigation after the raid.
After the shooting, Gains called the informants an investigator, stating the state. several drug deals, "but not for a warrant to Harding Street, according to sworn testimony," he said.
Hoins was one of the wounded in the firing of officers. "Nicole Debord, a lawyer at Hoinsa, told CNN that her client is still undergoing treatment and that his jaw is closed. "That's why you do not hear the other side. He was seriously wounded, he still can not speak clearly, "DeBord said. She also criticized the police chief's remarks about the case, calling them irresponsible.