Yes we have stores like this all over Weatherford , TX - The family of Randall Waddel, who was holding a knife when he was shot and killed by a Weatherford police officer in June, this week released video of the shooting, saying it shows that Waddel was attempting to flee the officer and was not threatening the officer or bystanders when he was shot. Waddel – who had been diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder and was legally intoxicated at the time – was chased at gunpoint through the store and did not respond to commands from the officer to drop the knife before he was shot, according to video and witness accounts. “My brother walked all the way around and tried to avoid him [the officer] at all costs,” Waddel’s sister, Joyce Conner, said. “Never one time did he hold up the knife. Not one time.” Conner said she doesn’t believe the 49-year-old Waddel behaved in a way that should have resulted in the officer shooting him. “He had no lawful reason to shoot my brother,” Conner said. “He [Waddel] was mentally ill and scared.” A grand jury declined to pursue criminal charges against 47-yerar-old Christopher Brown, an eight-year veteran of the Weatherford police force. Weatherford Police Chief Mike Manning said he believes Brown handled the situation appropriately. According to the Texas Ranger investigation report, witnesses reported that Brown repeatedly ordered Waddel to drop the knife. As Waddel ran down an aisle and neared the front door of the store, Brown ran in front of Waddel and shot him as Waddel neared the officer and turned toward the door, the video shows. Waddel was struck by the first bullet on the right side of his chest and then a second bullet that went into his side, according to the autopsy report.