Missouri Town Pays $2.4 Million to Family of Man Killed During DUI Arrest
July 02, 2009
The city of Moberly, Mo., has agreed to pay $2.4 million to the family of Stanley Harlan, 23, who died during a 2008 drunken driving arrest. Harlan's family sued the city and Moberly police Officers Jeremy Baird and Carmen Newbrough last September in federal court in St. Louis, claiming that police used a Taser on him twice, then kicked and choked him.
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been kicked by the man @ 5/20/2012 4:37 AM
well its a shame that thay feel like thay can do whatever thay whant and get by with a pat on the back and Good Job! This is a terriable use of excessive force and needed a statment to other cops that we are tired of the serve and protect turning into cuff and beat !
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