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Camden Police Officer under investigation after Chokehold of Black student

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A Camden Police officer has been relieved of his duty pending an investigation after video surfaced of the officer placing a black student in a chokehold and lifting him off his feet.

According to Camden Police Department: “On this date 8:50 am. I was notified by my staff that here had been ann incident this morning at Camden High School involving a Camden Police Officer. I was shown a video of Officer Jake Perry in an altercation with what appears to be a student. Officer Perry is assigned to the High School as a School Resource Officer (SRO).

Effective immediately, Officer Perry has been relieved of duty pending an investigation.

As the Police Chief, I will not tolerate misconduct from my officers and this matter will be dealt with accordingly and I will be transparent in doing so.”

All of this took place in front of other students.

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Body camera video shows Ceres Police Officer shoot, kill 15-year-old boy without any verbal warning

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CERES, Calif. — The Ceres Police Department released body camera video Wednesday showing one of its police officers shooting and killing a 15-year-old boy while he was running through an orchard back in August of 2018.

The video, which was released following a $2.1 million settlement with the victim’s family, begins with Officer Ross Bays chasing a black Lexus just east of Ceres. When the car stops, Carmen Spencer Mendez falls out of the passenger side and takes off running through an orchard.

Officer Bays gets out of his car, and within seconds, begins shooting, unloading his entire magazine at the teenager as he continued running away. The officer did not give any verbal commands or warnings before firing his gun, the video shows.

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Man accused of murdering sister interrupts prosecutor, asks the judge for higher bond (video)

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The man suspected of killing his own sister during an argument appeared in a Cuyahoga County courtroom Monday morning.

Antonio Swanson, 32, faces ten charges that include murder, aggravated murder, and attempted murder.

Detectives say Swanson fatally shot his sister, 26-year-old Willnita Hill on Oct. 23 after an argument. He is also accused of trying to kill his father and another individual that same day.

At his initial appearance at Cleveland Municipal Court, Swanson’s bond was set at $15 million, but his case was bound over by a grand jury to the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.

During Monday’s county court arraignment, Swanson said he didn’t comprehend the indictment.

“This is ridiculous, sir,” Swanson said to the judge.

Swanson said he didn’t want to delay the court process and decided to plead not guilty by reason of insanity. The judge could only accept a not guilty plea because an excuse dealing with a mental disorder would need to be in writing from the court.

The prosecutor handling the case asked for a $2 million bond for the murder of Swanson’s sister and the two other charges. Swanson interrupted the prosecutor’s request and asked for a higher bond.

“Make it three (million) then,” Swanson shouted. “I don’t care.”

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