That could all buttress the argument that Noor acted recklessly when he reached across Harrity from the passenger seat to fire at Damond.
Justine Damond calls 911 to report hearing sounds of distress from a girl or woman behind her house.
"There were concerns in the fall that Mr. Noor had left the country or the jurisdiction", she said.
"Mohamed Noor is an immigrant, African American Muslim. he's got so many strikes. he killed a white woman [sic] that's why he's there today".
"No charges can bring our Justine back", they said in a joint statement. "After first checking to see if he had been shot, he looked to his right and saw Officer Noor with his right arm extended in the direction of Officer Harrity".
Hussein says he hopes the charges reflect a trend where all officers are held accountable for their actions.
On Tuesday, Plunkett said his client should not have been charged and he was simply following his training.
In a statement, Arradondo said Noor's time on the police force ended Tuesday.
Noor shot Justine Damond to death last July after responding to a reported sexual assault outside her home.
The criminal complaint remained sealed by midday Tuesday, but according to the jail roster Noor was booked on a third-degree murder charge for perpetrating an eminently risky act while showing a "depraved mind". He says he agrees with that.
While Officer Harrity cooperated with BCA investigators in the wake of Damond's death, Noor refused to share his side of the story and was not compelled to by law. He says Noor abused his authority to use deadly force.
Noor was charged Tuesday with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Noor and his partner Matthew Harrity reportedly gave Damond CPR before backup arrived, but she was pronounced dead on the scene. Damond was shot July 15, minutes after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault in the alley behind her home.
A U.S. medical examiner ruled the 40-year-old's death a homicide. The chief said legally he couldn't say whether Noor was sacked. The charges accuse Noor of third-degree murder for perpetrating an eminently risky act while showing a "depraved mind" without regard for human health.
The second-degree manslaughter charge accuses him of "culpable negligence creating unreasonable risk".
Then at 11:41pm the two officers began giving Ms Damond CPR and radioed for assistance.
During a press conference later that day, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman offered his condolences to Damond's family, commenting, "To lose a family member to violence is always wrenching and painful, but to lose it when she was acting as a concerned and caring citizen, at the hands of a person she called for help, is inexplicable".
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor is charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the fatal officer-involved shooting of Justine Damond last July.
Justine Damond, also known as Justine Ruszczyk, from Sydney, is seen in this 2015 photo released.
His next court appearance is scheduled for May 8 at 8:30 a.m.
Noor has not talked publicly about the case and declined to be interviewed by state investigators.
If he had decided not to agree to the conditions, Noor's bail would be set at $500,000.
According to Philip Stinson, a criminologist at Bowling Green State University in OH who tracks fatal police shootings, 85 police officers have been charged with murder or manslaughter resulting from on-duty shootings since 2005.