The shocking dashcam video of a suspect's final moments after a two-state car chase has been released.
Christian Andrew Redwine, 17, was shot 21 times after spinning off of the road with two teen passengers in Phenix City, Alabama and then throwing his car into reverse as officers approached on foot.
The high-speed chase on November 6, 2016 had begun in nearby Columbus, Georgia.
Former Columbus Police Department Officer Alan Brown was cleared of any wrongdoing in the shooting by a grand jury, but has since resigned from the force, citing a personal decision, the Ledger-Enquirer reported.
Officer Alan Brown (left) shot 17-year-old Christian Redwine (right) 21 time after a felony pursuit car chase. Brown was cleared of any wrongdoing in the shooting by a grand jury
The dashcam video shows the Pontiac spins off the side of the road into some bushes after a high-speed chase that crossed the state line from Georgia into Alabama
Cops said Redwine was driving a Pontiac G-6 stolen from his grandmother's close friend when the police chase began.
The two passengers in the car were Hannah Wuenschel, 18, and 19-year old Hunter Tillis, who was later found to be facing multiple unrelated felony charges.
The dashcam video shows Brown's police cruiser racing after the teens in a chase police say reached speeds of 100mph.
The Pontiac spins off the side of the road into some bushes and Brown pulls over, but does not pin the suspect vehicle in with his cruiser.
Within seconds, Brown exits his vehicle and the Pontiac spins into