Police said the gun Summerour was holding ended up being a replica machine gun. "We didn’t know it was a toy. I thought it was a real gun," said witness Malachi Sugars. No other officers were injured.
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A woman named Lavish Reynolds has posted a dramatic facebook live video showing a bleeding man, Philando Castile, next to her in a car as a police officer who just shot him points a gun at him.
As Atkinson attempted to continue to pick up trash, Smyly told him, "You’re probably going to get tased," and eventually pulled out his gun, claiming Atkinson’s trash grabber could be used as a weapon.
A black man in Colorado said he hasn’t slept well since he was traumatized by a group of white police officers who held him at gunpoint and detained him while he was picking up trash in front of his.
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A white Colorado police officer caught on video pulling a gun on a black man picking up trash outside his home, has resigned.
DENVER – A white Colorado police officer who pulled out his gun during a confrontation with a black man picking up trash around his dormitory resigned this week under an agreement that lets him.
DENVER >> A white Colorado police officer who pulled out his gun during a confrontation with a black man picking up trash around his dormitory resigned this week under an agreement that lets him.
· Maleah was never seen again. On May 3, the suspect was emerging outside the home with a laundry basket with a large black trash bag inside. On that day, he claimed he was attacked by thugs. He said that he and Maleah and his one-year old son were kidnapped and he was served a knuckle style chili. The suspect was also seen with bleach.
Jerri Hrubes said at a news conference Friday that she saw a white Woods Cross police officer pull his. outside the police agency’s offices. She said the group also plans to file a complaint with.