February 3, 2015, Yuvette Henderson, a 38-year-old mother of four children was shot and killed by the Emeryville Police on the Oakland-Emeryville border. Police received a call from Home Depot security of Yuvette allegedly shop lifting who appeared to be armed with a gun while attempting to run away. Witnesses say they saw Yuvette with both hands in the air, waving down a bus when she was shot by police and did not report seeing her with a gun, contradicting the report from police, saying Yuvette attempted a car jacking and asked her to drop her weapon and when she refused, shot and killed her. One of the officers who shot her had his body cam turned off and decided to turn on after the incident. The events leading up to the shooting have been obscured because Home Depot, Oakland PD, and Emeryville PD have refused to release any related video footage. Yuvette was shot within feet of Extra Space Storage’s surveillance cameras, the tapes from which are also being withheld from the public with the police claiming that the surveillance video system in this brand new storage center was “broken” on the day she was killed.