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The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Anthony Parker, his 9-year-old son, and girlfriend Demetria Firman, was one of several suits filed in 2018 claiming racial bias by the department's Ninth Mobile Division during traffic stops in the city's West End.
Both men were booked into the Hardin County Detention Center.
Kevin Crawford testified that Tae-Ahn Lea was slow to pull over, his hands were shaking, and he did not tell the officer he had a “weapon” — a baseball bat — in his vehicle
Police asked to search the car, and Thomas refused, but the lawsuit says police searched anyway.
Det. Gabe Hellard also told investigators that Tae-Ahn Lea was “verbally aggressive” and “had an attitude the whole time over the whole stop.”
The decals, that autistic people or their parents can stick to their bumpers, will give police a friendly heads-up.
Steve Conrad's previously unreported statements shed light on his view of the viral stop of Tae-Ahn Lea in the city's Algonquin neighborhood in 2018.
But the officer, Josh Doerr, and other officers on the scene were not punished for any of the other allegations of improper conduct.
A trooper spotted the vehicle weaving on Interstate 15 at 30 mph, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
The chief found that former Det. Kevin Crawford, who resigned while under investigation, committed “no policy violations" during the controversial stop