Andrew Brown Jr. was shot in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, in April as deputies tried to serve him an arrest warrant on felony drug charges.
Brown was killed by sheriff's deputies on April 21 in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, while they tried to serve him an arrest warrant.
Andrew Brown Jr.'s family and lawyer watched 18 minutes of body camera footage from the deadly shooting on Tuesday.
"Normally as a courtesy, they would inform the local police and that was not done," city councilman Darius J. Horton told Insider.
Andrew Brown Jr. was fatally shot by North Carolina deputies on April 21, sparking protests and calls for transparency from law enforcement.
Three deputies are still under investigation. The four who returned to active duty didn't fire any shots, Pasquotank County Sheriff's Office said.
Sheriff's deputies in North Carolina killed Brown last week while carrying out an arrest warrant on felony drug charges.
Attorney Ben Crump said at a press conference on Tuesday that Andrew Brown was hit with a "kill shot to the back of the head."
The Sheriff said that body camera footage may be released in the next few days.
Deputies were trying to arrest Brown on felony drug charges when he was killed on Wednesday, officials said.