On the evening of May 5, 2004, SFPD began a high-speed pursuit of Cammerin Boyd, which ended in tragedy. Cammerin, while in the process of surrendering, was shot and killed in front of numerous witnesses. Police alleged that he was reaching for a weapon when he was shot, but witnesses say he had his hands up and in plain view when he got out of the car. Police also say that a weapon was found in the car. Now, an interesting note: this weapon was found hours later. This alone should raise a few eyebrows, but it's a fact that unfortunately is difficult to prove otherwise.