Indiana Officer Suspended For Stunning 10-Year-Old Boy
July 07, 2010
A Martinsville (Ind.) police officer will retain his job but must serve a 45-day suspension and will be placed on probation for two years, after stunning a 10-year-old boy, WXIN reports.
The disciplinary measures were handed down to Officer Darrel Johnson, as well as Captain William Jennings, who were called to a daycare to calm down an out-of-control boy.
The boy was hitting, kicking and spitting on a woman, when they arrived.
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