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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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The Denver city attorney’s office paid three private law firms more than $182,000 for work related to a pair of settlements stemming from a police detective’s sexual harassment allegations against a former aide to Mayor Michael Hancock.
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Denver city attorneys have reached a $3.25 million settlement with a former jail inmate.
Santa Monica Officer Koby Arnold pulled me over 12.23.11 for a simple traffic violation. After several questions he asked me to follow his finger which I declined. He seemed to take my right to refuse personally and unjustly put me under arrest, towing my car, taking my dogs who were with me to the pound, and I spent the Hanukkah night in jail. Thankfully I always record when dealing with police. Not only did the blood results prove I was sober, I was able to use the footage in a lawsuit I opened up against the officer. For 3 years Santa Monica city tried to defend Koby Arnold and make me look like the bad guy. Finally city threw in the towel and settled for $70,000. Follow me on Instagram for updates and also feel free to give the santa monica police department a yelp review and don't ...
A record $3.25 million jail beating settlement was approved by the Denver city council just as new video surfaces of more alleged inmate abuse.
A former jail inmate’s lawsuit against the city of Denver revealed a series of scandals. It resulted in the largest settlement the city has ever agreed to pay. The City Council voted Monday to give preliminary approval to the $3.25 million deal.
Denver City Council to approve 3.25M settlement in jail inmate beating lawsuit. 7.24.14 6:30 a.m.
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A federal judge has accepted a $3.3 million settlement offer from the city of Denver to a former inmate.
Denver has agreed to a $4.6 million settlement with the family of Michael Marshall, an mentally ill inmate who was killed in November 2015 by Denver Sheriff Department deputies at the Downtown Detention Center. Video by Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post Read the story: http://dpo.st/2zZ8G00 ___________ Subscribe on YouTube: http://dpo.st/youtubesub Watch more Denver Post videos: http://denverpost.com/video Facebook: http://facebook.com/denverpost Instagram: http://instagram.com/denverpost Twitter: http://twitter.com/denverpost
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