Rather than launch a missing persons investigation, Marlon Mitchell said that the local police shrugged off his daughter’s disappearance as a runaway case.
A grand jury has brought an indictment against two Louisiana police officers who fatally shot a six-year-old boy after opening fire into his father’s car.
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A high school basketball player told reporters the coach would place his hand on her shoulders and other places, gestures she never experienced with their previous coach.
An attorney for Chris Few says body camera footage shows Few’s hands were up when two city marshals shot into his car last week, critically wounding the dad and killing his 6-year-old son Jeremy Mardis.
Both officers are being held without bail. The hearing is expected to take place Monday afternoon.
The officers — 23-year-old Norris Greenhouse Jr. and 32-year-old Derrick Stafford — were charged with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder in the Tuesday shooting that made Jeremy Mardis the youngest person to be killed by law enforcement this year.
Police fatally shot a 6-year-old child, making Jeremy Mardis the youngest person to be killed by police this year and proving that police practices across the board should be examined, no matter which communities they serve.
A penny connoisseur from Ruston, La. gave up his very special collection for the sake of his health, USA Today reports.