RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- The visitation for Raleigh police officer Gabriel Torres is taking place today from 4-7 p.m. at Mitchell Funeral Home.
His funeral is on Saturday morning at Cross Assembly Church.
You can watch a live stream of the service on abc11.com and ABC11 app.
The visitation comes after the first victim of the mass shooting was laid to rest.
Officer Torres' family is asking attendees to refrain from taking photographs and video inside the church during the funeral on Saturday. If you would like to pay your respects after the funeral, here's the procession route to from Cross Assembly Church to Brown Wynne Funeral Home where the family is having a private event.
Procession to Funeral Home
The processional route will be as follows:
- Exit church (Cross Assembly) parking lot and travel south on Yonkers Road.
- West on New Bern Avenue.
- Westbound New Bern Avenue onto East Edenton Street
- Straight onto Hillsborough St.
- North on to St. Mary's Street
- Arrival at 300 St. Mary's St.
Drivers should expect road closures and traffic delays along this route.
Trinity Baptist Church was full Thursday evening. Hugs were shared and tears shed as family and friends said their last goodbyes to 16-year-old James Thompson who was killed by his younger brother, according to his parents.
Raleigh Police Department have also released their five-day report on the shooting. It provides an in-depth timeline of when the first 911 call came in to when police got Austin Thompson into custody.
The report still leaves a lot of questions. We do know Thompson was found with a single gunshot wound. It's unclear if that was self-inflicted or came from an exchange with officers. Two officers fired 23 rounds and have been placed on administrative duty, per departmental policy.
A motive for the attacks has also not been released.