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Panera gunman, shot dead by police, had a BB gun (Video) Subscribe to New Jersey 101.5 FM on Youtube PRINCETON — The man who held police at bay for several hours from inside the Panera Bread location on Nassau Street and who was fatally shot by state troopers inside the store had been armed with a BB gun, state officials say. That information and surveillance video were first released by the state Office of the Attorney General Monday, in response to several Open Public Records Act requests. An edited video provided by the Attorney General’s Office reflects just five minutes of the hours-long encounter, without sound, and includes narrative text provided by the office. New Jersey 101.5 has not yet received more complete footage and records requested following the standoff. On the morning of March 20, Scott Mielentz, 56, who most recently lived in Lawrenceville, entered the store with a firearm — identified in a media release Monday as a Crossman PFM BB Pistol — as employees and patrons fled. Just before 10:30 a.m., police got a call saying “there’s a guy with a gun at Panera,” according to a statement from the attorney general. The video released Monday shows two angles of surveillance video from inside the store, one showing Mielentz from the side and one facing toward his front, from behind the officers. It included the moment troopers shot Mielentz. The attorney general said Mielentz was holding the black pistol in his hand for several hours near his waist. Just before he is shot, he can be seen raising the his hand, apparently with the gun in it and pointing in the direction of the officers.
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