Newly-released body camera video appears to show what happened Thursday morning, when a Shively police officer shot a man in south Louisville. During a news conference Friday afternoon, police identified the officer who fired the shots as Officer Steve Becker, an 11-year veteran with the Shively Police Department. According to Shively Police Chief Kevin Higdon, the shooting took place near the intersection of San Jose Avenue and Grandview Drive shortly after 10 a.m. Thursday. Chief Higdon says police received several phone calls from residents saying that a man was going in and out of back yards in the neighborhood. When a Shively Police officer arrived, Higdon said the suspect -- now identified as 26-year-old Terry L. Sams -- took off running through more back yards. The officer chased the suspect on foot, as more officers arrived at the scene. As Officer Becker approached Sams, several officers were ordering him to put his hands up. Instead, police say Sams pointed a weapon at Becker. Several shots can be heard on the video. A few moments later, the video appears to show Sams lying on the ground. Police pointed to what appeared to be a handgun on the ground next to him.