The Public Database of Police Misconduct in the United States of America
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I Was Killed By A Police Officer
Miguel Espinal, 36, was shot and killed by NYPD officers in an incident that started with a traffic stop in the Bronx. Espinal fled the stop, prompting a police chase that ended in a wrong-way crash.
After the crash, Espinal left the vehicle and ran to the surrounding Tibbetts Brook Park, where police killed him.
Espinal's family said he ran from officers because he doesn't have a license. “Whether he ran from the cops or not, it doesn’t justify that he got shot. It doesn’t justify that,” Justin Juble, Espinal’s brother, said.
Junior Prosper crashed the car he was driving, a cab, on the highway and allegedly began to run away. An officer chased Junior, claiming Junior bit his finger before the officer shot and killed him. Prosper's mother, Marie, said the police were not telling the truth about her. "He's very nice, he's a person who respects all types of people. He's not aggressive. Whoever said that is lying."
He leaves behind three children, and his wife is expecting a fourth.
Sandra Bland, 28, was pulled over for a routine traffic stop, which the deputy quickly escalated by removing Sandra from the vehicle and physically restraining her. She would later die in a jail cell under dubious circumstances.
Nathaniel, 29, allegedly jumped a fence and "became uncooperative" when a deputy stopped to question him, police said. When the deputy tried to handcuff Pickett, they claim a fight broke out ending when the deputy shot Nathaniel.
A Lathrop police officer was grilling in his backyard when Wayne, his 44 year old neighbor, allegedly jumped the fence. The officer fought Wayne and struck him in the head, knocking him down. Wayne was pronounced dead at the scene by a medic.
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