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Are the scales balanced??? "A jury awarded a Glen Burnie family $1.26 million Tuesday after deciding that an Anne Arundel County police officer wrongly shot and killed their dog in 2014, attorneys for the family said.

Attorney Cary J. Hansel called the shooting of Michael Reeves' dog, Vernon, by Officer Rodney Price "senseless, unnessary and unconstitutional" "The verdict sends a strong message to the police about ... community expectations," Hansel said in a prepared statement. "The duty to serve and protect extends to our animal family members as well." Anne Arundel County officials declined to comment. In 2014, an internal investigation exonerated Price and found that the dog was aggressive. Price is still an officer with the department, according to a police spokesman.

Vern was shot on Feb. 1, 2014. Price said he was attacked by Vern at the Reeves home. The jury found that the officer was not attacked by the dog, and that the shooting violated Vern's owner's constitutional rights and was committed with gross negligence, Hansel said.

At the time, police said Price shot and killed the dog while investigating a burglary. Price, a one-year veteran of the force at the time, was canvassing the neighborhood looking for witnesses around 4 p.m.

The family was not involved in the burglary investigation that brought Price to their neighborhood. Vern barked and ran toward the officer, prompting the shooting, the family said.

The police department promised a full investigation and acknowledged that the shooting was a traumatic incident for the family.

A necropsy performed at the request of Anne Arundel County police showed that one bullet entered the dog's sternum, and another bullet entered the dog's side, at a time when the dog's body was perpendicular to the gun. Hansel said the evidence contradicted Price's testimony regarding how the shooting occurred.

Hansel said the jury was asked specifically if the dog attacked Price — the jury's verdict said the dog did not.

The $1.26 million verdict includes $500,000 in monetary damages. Reeves works as a defense contractor, Hansel said." -Rachael Pacella, Capital Gazette

Tonight at 6:30 pm come support the screening of our short film. Patrons must pay to see the film, tickets are $20 & available at the door.

The Producers Club, 358 W 44th St, New York, NY10036, USA

Our film P.O.V: Perception of Violence will screen during the: Local Filmmakers Showcase, Mixer & Screening from 6:30pm - 7:45pm. Below is the order of films which will be played.
NEW YORK LIFT-OFF FILM FESTIVAL 2017

Local Filmmakers Showcase, Mixer and Screening: 6:30pm
Game 
Muscle
Lex
Letter
Cacophony
Time/Space Reflections
Lola
Blind Eyes
POV

This Wednesday come support the screening of our short film: POV
Wednesday, 21st June From 8:15pm. Patrons must pay to see the film, tickets are $20 & available at the door.

The Producers Club, 358 W 44th St, New York, NY10036, USA

Our film P.O.V: Perception of Violence will screen during the: Local Filmmakers Showcase, Mixer & Screening from 8:15pm - 10:30pm. Below is the order of films which will be played.
NEW YORK LIFT-OFF FILM FESTIVAL 2017

Local Filmmakers Showcase, Mixer and Screening: 8:15pm
Game 
Muscle
Lex
Letter
Cacophony
Time/Space Reflections
Lola
Blind Eyes
POV

#Grateful 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾#Blessed To say we've been accepted into the NYC Lift Off Festival | WINNERS WILL BE DECIDED THROUGH AUDIENCE SO PLEASE SUPPORT BY BEING THERE. TICKETS ARE ON SALE AND CAN BE FOUND HERE
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-york-lift-off-film-festival-2017-tickets-34795595563

Thank you @wearemovingstories for the dope write-up and supporting our film. The strong reception from audiences has been overwhelming, grateful people understand and stand behind our goal to create a change amongst the relationship between law enforcement and minority based communities. Read the full article by visiting www.wearemovingstories.com and search: short film corner Perception of Violence POV. #thefilmPOV #BlackLivesMatter #lawenforcement

Thank you @wearemovingstories for the dope write-up and supporting our film. The strong reception from audiences has been overwhelming, grateful people understand and stand behind our goal to create a change amongst the relationship between law enforcement and minority based communities. Read the full article by visiting www.wearemovingstories.com and search: short film corner Perception of Violence POV. #thefilmPOV #BlackLivesMatter #lawenforcement

The reception we received from viewers was incredible. Grateful for everyone's support #thefilmPOV

Team POV post screening toast at #cannesfilmfestival

Writer • Director • Producer • Actor & supporter of our film POV: Perception of Violence at #cannesfilmfestival

Two Detroit police officers were injured in a shooting Wednesday night on the city's west side, officials confirmed.

The shooting happened around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Tillman and Ash streets near the I-96 service drive.

UPDATE: Man in custody after 2 Detroit police officers shot on city's west side

A 60-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting.

Detroit police Chief James Craig said two officers were near the area where Sgt. Collin Rose was fatally shot when they saw a man fidgeting near a narcotics location.

When the officers approached the man, he reached into his pocket, pulled out a gun and fired shots at both officers.

One of the officers was shot in the ankle and twice in the upper torso. He was wearing protective body armor that police believe saved his life, Craig said. He is expected to be OK.

The other officer was shot in the neck. He is also expected to be OK, Craig said.

The officers returned fire, but it's not known if the man was hit.

Both officers were taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital by police. One is a 20-year veteran at the Detroit Police Department and the other is a four-year veteran, Craig said. -Derick Hutchinson, ClickOnDetroit.com

Two Seattle police officers remain in the hospital after exchanging gunfire with robbery suspects on Thursday at a 7-Eleven convenience store.

One suspect is dead and two others were arrested, the Seattle Police Department said in a statement.
The incident unfolded Thursday afternoon with a reported armed robbery at the convenience store. As officers responded, a female suspect hit one of the officers on the head with a bottle and another suspect ran into a building, barricading himself inside, Seattle Police spokeswoman Carmen Best said at a news conference.
While barricading himself, the suspect shot at police, Best said. It is unclear if he was the only shooter. Two officers, one male and one female, were shot and a third officer sustained a hand injury during the incident.
The female officer's bulletproof vest protected her and she suffered minor injuries and is listed in satisfactory condition; the male officer was hit in the face and is in serious but stable condition at Harborview Medical Center, Best said.
Officers discovered the body of a male suspect from the robbery after the shooting, according to a police statement. Although the Seattle Police Department confirmed that officers fired their weapons during the incident, the cause of the male suspect's death will be determined and released by the King County Medical Examiner.
The officers have not been named but the female officer is 42 years old and the male officer is 30.
"We are very grateful that our officers are in as good of condition as they are. We've been able to speak to both of them," Best said. -Tony Marco, CNN

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