Kaylon Hall

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Service Record

Agency Mesa Arizona Police Department
Rank Officer
Dates of Service Hired approximately 2018. Ended 2022.[1]
Salary $80,215 (2020)[2]
Last Known Status Resigned[1]

Incident Reports

2022 Endangerment

Officer Involved Shooting Video

On July 2, 2022, Hall stopped a vehicle that had been swerving. Hall tried to remove the driver from the vehicle, but the driver resisted and started to drive away. Hall fired two shots at the vehicle at a distance of at least 25 feet.[3][1]

Hall did not activate his body-worn camera during the incident.[4] The incident was captured on a backup officer's body-worn camera.[3]

Response Timeline

An internal investigation determined that Hall had violated the department's policies on shooting at fleeing suspects and activation of his body-worn camera, and recommended that he be fired.[4]

In August 2022, Hall resigned before he was fired.[4][1]

On February 10, 2023, a grand jury indicted Hall for two counts of felony endangerment.[3][5]

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