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Seven workers fired after brawl at Milwaukee Popeyes caught on video

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According to WGN9 Multiple employees at a Milwaukee Popeyes restaurant lost their jobs after a wild brawl was caught on camera Wednesday, WITI reports.

Cellphone video from inside the fast-food eatery shows the fight break out while customers were still inside. The violent encounter happened at the Popeyes near 76th and Good Hope Road around 9:30 p.m.

Statement from Popeye’s franchise owner

“This was an unfortunate, isolated incident which we take very seriously.  The dining room was closed immediately after the altercation at 9:30 p.m.  As a result of this, 7 employees were terminated from the company, including the manager on duty,” said John Brodersen.

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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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White woman calls the police on black UPS man delivering packages in her neighborhood after he made her ‘nervous’

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A white woman was captured on camera calling the police on a black UPS worker that he made her ‘nervous’ as he delivered packages in her neighborhood.

The tense confrontation was shared by Instagram user @nhcrashon, who is known as Nedrick Peters II, on Wednesday in a neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. 

The woman has not immediately been identified, but said she lives in the area where the Peters, a seasonal worker, was delivering several postal items.

‘I’m going to need someone’s information to check up on you, because I don’t understand why you’re walking around this neighborhood with a bunch a packages,’ the woman says at the beginning of the video. 

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