- Audio recording courtesy of Broascastify
Audio recording has emerged of the 911 call made by police officers during the arrest of Alton Sterling.
Mr Sterling was shot dead by a police officer outside a shop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Tuesday sparking national protests.
In the call, the dispatcher is heard saying there was a "suspicious code 2 on Foster close to Fairfield".
The female voice continued, saying: "Selling CD's on the corner, gun in his pocket, he pulled the gun on the complainer and told him he couldn't be around there".
Later in the recording you can hear an unnamed male saying: "Shots fired, shots fired", before adding: "Both officer okay, subject down I need .."
The father of Dallas shooting victim police officer Patrick Zamarripa said he was 'angry' about his son's death, but called for more unity.
James Johnson, whose son Micah shot and killed five white police officers, said: "I love my son with all my heart but I hate what he did."
A mother caught up in the attacks praised police as heroes with "no regard" for their own safety as they worked to protect her family.