Overland Park releases severance agreement with former police officer who fatally shot teen

Albers severance

Overland Park has released a severance agreement signed with former police officer Clayton Jenison in February 2018, less than four weeks after Jenison fatally shot teenager John Albers in his family's driveway. In the document, the city agreed to publicly state Jenison was voluntarily resigning for "personal reasons." Above, a still from dash cam video showing Jenison in the driveway moments after firing more than 10 shots into the minivan driven by Albers.

The city of Overland Park has publicly released a severance agreement made with former police officer Clayton Jenison, who fatally shot teenager John Albers in January 2018.

The disclosure comes a day after a Johnson County judge ordered the city to release the agreement, siding with The Kansas City Star newspaper and its parent company McClatchy, which sued Overland Park over the matter.