Family continues to seek justice 3 years after man was killed by off-duty officer

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EAST NEW YORK -

Friends and family joined together to remember a Brooklyn man who was killed by an off-duty police officer three years ago.

Delrawn Small was killed by Officer Wayne Isaacs following an apparent road-rage incident. A year after Small's death, Isaacs was acquitted on murder and manslaughter charges.

Small's family backed by local officials are still calling for justice.

"I want him to understand what he took and who he took," said the victim's sister, Victoria Davis. "He took a great person. He took a great man from the living. He forced him to transition way before his time."

Davis has become a voice for the community by advocating for people whose family members have been killed by police.

Small's family say they want to continue keeping Delrawn's legacy alive and to support other families in the community who are affected by police brutality.

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