ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Monday, May 6, 2019
Why didn't Michigan officer face charges for punching handcuffed teen with mental health issues?
A Local 4 Defenders exclusive video showed a 13-year-old with special needs being punched and pepper-sprayed by a Michigan police officer. Now, the Defenders are digging for answers and asking why the officer never faced charges.
Local 4 has learned more about body cam video that apparently shows Albion police Officer Tyler Collins repeatedly punching a handcuffed 13-year-old who suffers from mental health issues.
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Sgt. Matthew Lawrence Furman made the plea during an afternoon arraignment.
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The first shooting happened at Monroe and Beaubien streets, in the heart of Greektown, and three people were injured.
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