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MPD expected to release personnel files for officers involved in January shooting

Marks and Fleites (Source: MPD) Marks and Fleites (Source: MPD)
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

Police are expected to release the personnel files of two officers accused of shooting Jonathan Bratcher.

Police identified the two officers as Clement Marks and Alexander Fleites on Wednesday.

According to investigators, the officers shot Bratcher after he started shooting at them during a traffic stop on January 27. Bratcher died from his injuries.

Police records reveal Bratcher was arrested in 2008 and accused of pointing a shotgun at a man with whom he was arguing. He then shot out two windows in the man's car and fired several shots into his home. Bratcher was also arrested and charged with aggravated robbery in 2001.

Receiving these files will allow WMC Action News 5 to delve into the officers' history as well.

WMC Action News 5 will let you know when we receive the files and what we learn. Stay with WMCActionNews5.com for developments.

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