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DeWitt Police Release Video of Use of Force Incident at Walmart

DeWitt Police Release Video of Use of Force Incident at Walmart

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DeWitt Police Release Video of Use of Force Incident at Walmart

DeWitt Police Release Video of Use of Force Incident at Walmart

DeWitt Police Release Video of Use of Force Incident at Walmart in East Syracuse New York.

The use of force incident happened at about 4:55 p.m. July 4 at the East Syracuse Walmart on Basile Row.

DeWitt police created a 15-minute, narrated video of the incident using clips from different officers body cameras, store surveillance cameras and a bystander’s phone. This is a condensed version of that video, which was posted on the department’s Facebook page.

You can find the full version released by the DeWitt Police here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=562…

A DeWitt police officer who punched a woman in handcuffs has been placed on administrative leave as the department investigates the incident, according to department spokesman Lt. Jerry Pace.

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  • These 2 Hood Rats got what they asked for. They were out of control and resisting arrest big time! Obviously, they did something illegal or the police would not have been called! The POS that was punched deserved it…..she tried to bite the officer. There is no telling what he could have contracted from her nasty mouth. Both officers did their jobs!

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