ATLANTA -- 11Alive News has obtained new information in a death investigation involving Gwinnett Police officers.
On July 11, 35-year-old George Mann died while in the custody of Gwinnett County Police. The investigation was immediately turned over to the GBI; the day after Mann's death, the agency said in an initial statement that Mann became unresponsive soon after being drive stunned with a Taser, and later died.
But in a Gwinnett County police report, newly obtained by 11Alive News, there is no mention of a Taser ever being used.
Officers responded to a home on Rock Place Drive after a 911 call that Mann had been acting strangely. In the descriptive two-page narrative, the officer describes Mann yelling from inside of a neighbor's closed garage, shouting "let me out of here" and "I'll shoot all of you."