Chief Kevin Davis Releases Body Camera Footage from Nov. 10th In-Custody Death


Franconia Police District – Chief Kevin Davis has released body camera footage and audio recordings from the Nov. 10th in-custody death of a 44-year-old Lorton man. The Department’s understanding of the facts and circumstances may change as additional evidence is collected and analyzed. Per YouTube’s policy viewers may be requested to sign into a YouTube account to verify their age. For the recording of Chief Davis’ press conference, watch below.

All information provided in this release is based on preliminary investigative findings and may be subject to revision as the investigation progresses.   

Originally Posted Nov. 11, 2022

Franconia Police District – At 4:18 p.m., officers responded to numerous calls for service for a man running into traffic and conducting himself in a disorderly manner in the 6500 block of Amherst Avenue, Springfield. An officer found Temiki Murray, 44, of Lorton blocking southbound lanes of Amherst Avenue. The officer attempted to speak with him and guide him onto the sidewalk. Murray immediately ran back into traffic.

Officers followed from a distance directing additional officers to Murray’s location. Murray stopped running in a nearby parking lot. Officers reengaged and explained they were there to help him. Fire and rescue personnel were requested to respond. Murray was then placed into handcuffs to prevent him from running back into traffic. No force was used while taking him into custody.

Murray was then taken to a nearby hospital in an ambulance. While enroute to the hospital, Murray suffered a medical emergency. He was pronounced deceased at the hospital. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will conduct an autopsy to determine the specific cause and manner of death.

All information provided in this release is based on preliminary investigative findings and may be subject to revision as the investigation progresses.   

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