A witness says a suspected drug dealer never got a chance to surrender before law enforcement officers shot and killed him in Milwaukee. Nate Beverly lives in the north side neighborhood where 32-year-old Jermaine Claybrooks was killed last Thursday night. He says he never heard officers yelled commands before they proceeded to get out and “start shooting.” Beverly joined others at a vigil for Claybrooks on Monday night. Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn says officers were confronted by the victim who was in a car with tinted windows rolled up — and they started shooting after they could see a gun in his hand. Claybrooks was the subject of a investigation involving Milwaukee and West Allis Police, and the U-S Drug Enforcement Administration — and a suburban investigative team led by Wauwatosa Police is looking into the shooting.