DECATUR, Ill. (WCIA) — The Decatur Police Department released on Monday video footage of a shooting that left two police officers hurt and a suspect dead earlier this month.

The shooting happened during a traffic stop on Oct. 12. Police Chief Shane Brendel said the officers pulled over Jamontey Neal’s car after learning from an informant that he was in possession of a gun. As a previously convicted felon, Neal was not allowed to have a gun.

The body camera footage showed that Officer Ryan Ricker, approaching the car on the passenger side, spotted a gun underneath Neal. When Sergeant Timothy Wittmer and Officer Austin Bowman attempted to remove Neal from the car, Neal pulled out a second gun and opened fire.

In the brief exchange of gunfire, Bowman was shot in the abdomen, although the bullet passed through his body without hitting any major organs. Wittmer was shot three times – in the hand, foot and back, although a titanium wallet stopped the latter bullet. The bullet that went through his hand fragmented, which resulted in head and shoulder injuries. The three Decatur officers, plus Macon County Sheriff’s deputy Travis Wolfe, returned fire, hitting and killing Neal.

The Decatur Police Department published 10 video files of the shooting online. Clicking this link will take you to the website where the videos are published; each file can be found in a drop-down menu on the left of the screen and will play when clicked on.

The files are a combination of real-time and slow-motion video recorded by the officers’ body cameras and their dashboard cameras.

Some may find these videos disturbing; viewer discretion is advised.

Brandel said during a press conference on Monday that the Illinois State Police are in the process of providing their investigative reports to the Macon County State’s Attorney’s Office. It’s up to the State’s Attorney to review these reports and determine whether and why deadly force was justified. Brandel said the State Police are also investigating where Neal got the guns that were in his car and on his person.