Salt Lake City, Utah — The Salt Lake City Police Department released body camera footage of a Feb. 10 officer-involved shooting, after which officers found the victim, Natalie Thurber, shot dead. According to police, an open-line call came to dispatch at at 3:39 that Monday morning, from an apartment building at 125 S 300. When officers arrived, they saw 30-year-old Michael Tyson Nance through a window and exchanged gunfire. Multiple shots were fired by Nance toward officer Chad Miller, who was struck in the leg. Police returned fire and said they heard Nance screaming. Nance ran out a back door and police entered the apartment where they found Thurber deceased. Michael Tyson Nance, is accused of murdering 34-year-old Natalie Thurber before exchanging gunfire with police. Nance faces several felony charges, including aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder and aggravated kidnapping, all first-degree felonies, in addition to aggravated assault, a third-degree felony. Officer Miller has since been released from the hospital but will have a long road to recovery, according to police.