In this image from video provided by the Cottonwood Police Friday April 10, 2015 shows the scene after a deadly brawl outside a Wal-Mart store in a small Arizona town March 21. The melee resulted in the non-fatal shooting of Sgt. Jeremy Daniels seen being helped from the area. Daniels was injured and 28-year-old David Gaver was killed during the violent confrontation. (AP Photo/Cottonwood Police via AP Video)
In this image from video provided by the Cottonwood Police Friday April 10, 2015 shows the scene after a deadly brawl outside a Wal-Mart store in a small Arizona town March 21. The melee resulted in the non-fatal shooting of Sgt. Jeremy Daniels seen being helped from the area. Daniels was injured and 28-year-old David Gaver was killed during the violent confrontation. (AP Photo/Cottonwood Police via AP Video) AP
In this image from video provided by the Cottonwood Police Friday April 10, 2015 shows the scene after a deadly brawl outside a Wal-Mart store in a small Arizona town March 21. The melee resulted in the non-fatal shooting of Sgt. Jeremy Daniels seen being helped from the area. Daniels was injured and 28-year-old David Gaver was killed during the violent confrontation. (AP Photo/Cottonwood Police via AP Video) AP

Dashcam video captures deadly melee at Arizona Wal-Mart

April 15, 2015 12:09 PM

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