AG's office to investigate fatal police-involved shooting in Massapequa

The New York State Attorney General's Office is investigating a fatal police-involved shooting that happened Friday evening in Massapequa.
Nassau County police say an officer shot and killed David Clements after he ran toward police while pointing a gun at them.
News 12 is told Clements had been holding two guns to his head right before the altercation as he stood outside a home on Stone Boulevard.
Attorney General Letitia James will review police body camera footage as part of the investigation.
New York state law requites the attorney general to investigate any time police kill a civilian