From Rayfield's dash cam, you can see Deputy Smith was there first as Officer Rayfield exited his vehicle.
The situation then takes a very quick turn -- Kristl is struck by several bullets.
The Knox County district attorney last year determined that "no sustainable prosecution exists" to pursue sexual assault charges against a former UT football player — an incident that is briefly cited in a sexual assault lawsuit brought against the University of Tennessee by eight former students.
The player was on the roster at the time the alleged incident was reported, but no longer plays for UT.
Callers said the man -- who would later be identified as Kristl -- was acting very odd. "Slurring speech, walking crooked, shirt on inside out," said a 911 caller.
Both Deputy Smith and Officer Rayfield were among the first on scene.
Police said he pointed a shotgun at officers and one of them shot Tamayo in the torso.
Under Senate Bill 553, sponsored by Senator Jeff Jackson (D-Mecklenburg), anyone who failed to stop intercourse when a woman who had originally consented changed her mind, would be charged. where no doesn’t mean no.”The bill is stopped in the committee and Jackson added it will likely be dead for the rest of the legislative session.“There’s no reason for this to be partisan,” Jackson said.And one of the plaintiffs is a former roommate of a woman who reported being sexually assaulted who said she felt forced to leave the school after intimidation by football players.In at least five cases, the university's own disciplinary process found, by a preponderance of evidence, that athletes referenced in the lawsuit had violated student codes of conduct by engaging in non-consensual sex, according to the lawsuit.It said a confidential informant named two people -- including Tamayo -- who were selling methamphetamine out of the home.Armed with a warrant, narcotics detectives and uniformed officers went to the home.