Grosse Pointe Park Police
A 51-year-old Detroit man seen in a video being punched and kicked by police during his arrest has been ordered to stand trial June 8 on carjacking, robbery and other charges.
A man charged with carjacking is seeking more than $1 million in a lawsuit against officers seen on video beating him.
State police are recommending charges in the beating of a Detroit carjacking suspect whose arrest was recorded on video by a woman inside her home.
Police officers were caught on video beating the man, who is now facing carjacking, armed robbery and many other charges.
The officers involved in Monday’s arrest on Detroit’s northwest side, who appear in the video to be white, have not been publicly identified.
The Wayne County Prosecutor has called for an independent investigation after a profanity-laden police beating was caught on camera.
Grosse Pointe Park police are pledging to improve relations with people with disabilities after officers were caught on video tape mocking a mentally challenged black man.
Charges could be coming after a video surfaced of an officer ordering an African-American man to dance and make “monkey sounds.”
The Grosse Pointe Park Police Department is continuing to investigate videos that show an officer allegedly humiliating a mentally impaired black man.