- published: 03 Mar 2015
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DENVER - Denver City Council has approved another significant payout to settle a civil lawsuit over excessive force by Denver Police. On Monday night, city council approved a $50,000 settlement for Patricia Lucero. She filed a civil lawsuit in 2014 for a December 2012 incident involving Denver Police Officers Marika Putnam and Kenneth Starbuck. Lucero had called 911 and hung up during an argument with her boyfriend. Police responded to the hang up call and found Lucero locked out of her apartment. Eventually, he answers and both are questioned. Surveillance video from the apartment showed Lucero and her boyfriend sitting in the hallway while two police officers stand near and in the doorway to the apartment. According to the internal affairs report, Lucero was shouting obscenities to Pu...
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