Nouman Raja

Calling for help didn't save stranded motorist Corey Jones from the bullets later fired by a plainclothes police officer who stopped to investigate the parked SUV. But now the recording of Jones' call to roadside assistance - and the sounds of the shooting that it captured - could help convict former Palm Beach Gardens police officer Nouman Raja for what a grand jury determined was an 'unjustified' shooting. Raja was arrested on charges of manslaughter and attempted murder. The cellphone call recording reveals that Raja - who wasn't wearing a uniform or a badge - didn't identify himself as a police officer when on Oct. 18 he approached Jones' vehicle along I-95 and soon after opened fire.