WASHINGTON – A man suspected of ramming two Capitol police officers, killing one, before jumping out of the vehicle with a knife was caught on camera shopping for the weapon shortly before the incident.
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Noah Green, 25, an Indiana man with ties to Virginia, was shot to death after he refused to drop the knife outside the North Barricade on Capitol Hill.
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Video FOX 5 obtained from District Cutlery shows Green shopping for the weapon.
According to the owner of the Union Market shop, Green paid $300 for the carving knife after shopping for around 20 minutes.
The owner says he only learned that Green had visited his shop after the FBI paid him a visit over the weekend.
William “Billy” Evans – an 18-year veteran of the Capitol police force – was killed in the attack.
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A second officer survived the incident.