The incident began around 3 p.m. Thursday when a six-officer street narcotics team observed Graham and two cohorts make a drug deal at a bodega on East 228th Street. Some members of the team radioed that they believed Graham was carrying a gun and later radioed that they saw the butt of a gun in his waistband, Kelly said. Graham ran with the others into a building at 728 East 229th Street. Then, when he came out, a witness said she heard two cops say Stop! Police! Graham then ran into 749 East 229th St., where he lived with his family in a second floor apartment. As three of the cops burst into that apartment, they saw Graham run from a bedroom to a bathroom. According to Kellys account, as Graham tried to flush drugs down the toilet, one of the officers yelled: Show me your hands! Show me your hands! Gun! Gun! That officer then fired at Graham with his service weapon, a 9mm Glock. The bullet struck Graham in the left clavicle. He was declared dead later at Montefiore Hospital.