Three Colorado police officers resigned after boldly laughing at a 73-year-old dementia patient’s “broken arm and dislocated shoulder” body camera footage.
- Rabbrand Police Chief Bob Tyler has announced that police officers Austin Hope, Dalia Jalari, and community service police officer Tyler Blackett are no longer hired in his department.
- “You didn’t see the Labrand police in the video,” the chief told reporters on Friday.
- The resignation is in the midst of a proceeding filed on behalf of Karen Garner (73).
- Police slammed 73 years old on the ground when she arrested her confusedly and screaming
- Police officers Hop and Jalari were caught in a security video watching body camera footage, bumping into each other and joking about her arrest.
- The DailyMail.com revealed that cop Hop and Jalari were in a romantic relationship and moved together while cop hop was still married.
Colorado police have announced that three police officers involved in the violent arrest of a 73-year-old woman with dementia are no longer employed there.
Rabbrand police chief Bob Tyler announced on Friday that police officers Austin Hop and Dalia Jalari, as well as community service police officer Tyler Blackett, are no longer hired in his department.
The department’s spokesman Tom Hacker later confirmed that they had resigned, CBS reported.
Chief too He publicly apologized for the behavior of the police officer. “Our goal at the Labrand Police Station has always been to be proud of our community,” said Taiser. “We have failed, and we are very sorry for that.”
“You didn’t see the Labrand police in the video. It hurts to see it.”
Rabbrand police chief Bob Tyther (pictured) has announced that Austin Hop, Dalia Jalari, and community service Tyler Blackett police officers are no longer hired in his department.
DailyMail.com revealed that executives Austin Hopp and Daria Jalali (pictured) have a romantic relationship and moved together while Hopp was still married.
Body camera footage captured an arrest slammed on the ground by a hop officer after 73-year-old Karen Garner (pictured) repeatedly said: “I’m going home.”
In June 2020, Karengana was arrested by Hop and Jalari after leaving Colorado Wal-Mart without paying $ 13 worth of goods. Before Garner was arrested, the store collected the item and notified the police before it arrived.
The police officer who responded found Garner picking flowers by the side of the road. Body camera footage shot a 73-year-old child slamming into the ground as she was confused and screaming and arrested for her.
She was then taken to a local police station, where she sat in a cell waiting for a six-hour appointment and cried in pain with an arm injury.
Hop and Jalari, along with police officer Tyler Blackett, collided with each other and were caught in a security video joking about the arrest footage. Meanwhile, Garner was heard from the containment room begging for help.
A federal proceeding filed on behalf of Garner appointed a total of five police officers involved in the arrest or in prison, including three resigned and Sgt. Phil Metzler remains in the department but is on leave. It accuses them of violating her civil rights.
The DailyMail.com revealed that Hopp and Jalali had a romantic relationship and moved together while Hopp was still married.
According to thedenverchannel.com, the video became a hot topic this month after it was released in a proceeding, which is also the name of the city of Loveland. It claims that police officers used excessive force while arresting Garner and did not provide her with adequate medical care or intervened when the alleged excessive force was being used. ing.
Garner (pictured) was transferred to a local police station, where she sat in a cell, crying in pain from an arm injury and waiting for an appointment for six hours.
Photo taken in the aftermath of the arrest shows Garner with a severely injured arm swelling
“During the six hours that Garner was detained in Labrand and prison, he found Garner’s caregiver, despite many jokes that she was physically handicapped and mentally ineligible. No one was able to comfort, comfort, help, or escalate, or warn her loved ones about her terrible situation, “says the proceedings.
According to the proceedings, Garner was eventually diagnosed with a broken arm, dislocated shoulder, and sprained wrist, and was covered with abrasions and bruises.
She has never regained full mobility in her arms, her lawyer Sarah Sirke told the DailyMail.com.
She said she still needed help in her daily work, such as getting dressed and taking a shower, because of her injury.
The case is currently under investigation at the request of the district attorney and internal affairs under the control of the city’s director of human resources, Mr. Taiser said.
Three Loveland police officers involved in the 73-year-old arrest for dementia resign
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