Georgia officer shot at unarmed teen 8 times

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A Cobb County officer-involved shooting that left a teen with an injury to his upper thigh was deemed justifiable by a grand jury, authorities said.

Newly released footage shows former officer James Caleb Elliot firing eight shots at a 16-year-old boy after the cop pulled him and three others over in a stolen car, according to a release from Cobb County officials.

Police said Elliot was on a Nov. 6, 2016 suspicious vehicle call when he discovered the car, driven by the teen, was involved in a carjacking and asked everyone inside to step out of the car. The teen, who has not been identified, stepped out of the car and fled from the scene, leading the officer on a chase, Cobb County police Sgt.