COLCHESTER, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont prosecutor says police officers were justified in the non-fatal shooting of a distraught man outside his mobile home but had turned off their body cameras because they were worried about the blinking lights and audible beeps giving away their positions.

COLCHESTER, Vt. (AP) A Vermont prosecutor says police officers were justified in the non-fatal shooting of a distraught man outside his mobile home but had turned off their body cameras because they were worried about the blinking lights and audible beeps giving away their positions.

Chittenden County prosecutor T.J. Donovan says the officers disabled the cameras during the September standoff in Colchester because their safety could've been jeopardized. But he wants to know more about the cameras.

Donovan announced Monday the two Burlington officers were justified in the shooting of James Hemingway, who they believed was armed.

Hemingway's attorney says his version of events is different and the lack of video means the case is based on the officers' recollections.

Scottsdale, Arizona, camera maker Taser International Inc. says it recognizes the lights could be a problem in specific tactical circumstances.