- Black teen who was riding in car with his grandmother was handcuffed after robbery report
- Black grandson riding with white grandma gets mistaken for robbery suspect
Black teen who was riding in car with his grandmother was handcuffed after robbery reportand
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By Joshua Rhett Miller. September 6, pm Updated September 6, pm.
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Dashcam video shows the scene as a black teenager was detained after witnesses reported he may have been robbing the women in the vehicle he was riding in. The women turned out to be his grandmother and her best friend. A black teenager who was riding in a car with his white grandmother and her friend was handcuffed by police in Wisconsin after they received a report that he may have been trying to rob the women in the vehicle.
According to the Journal-Sentinel , Wauwatosa, Wis. The do-gooders pointed to a blue Lexus with a black man riding in the back seat while two older women were riding in the front. According to the couple, it was obvious that someone was either filming a reverse remake of Driving Miss Daisy, or there was a robbery in progress. Police video footage show the officers stopping the car with their guns drawn. The passenger, year old Akil Carter, exited the car with his hands in the air and got on his knees where law enforcement officers handcuffed him out of camera range. The cops then placed Carter in the back of a squad car for further questioning.
Attorney Joy Bertrand said she has requested all documents from the Wauwatosa Police Department about the stop and the basis for the stop. More: Minneapolis supports teen's hot dog stand after he was reported for not having a permit. The year-old man was detained Sunday after a couple told a Wauwatosa police officer a black young man was robbing two older white women in a blue Lexus. They were on their way home to her house after leaving a church. Brian Zalewski said in a statement. Zalewski explained a "non-approach" traffic stop was made, in which one of the responding officers called the man back to the officers instead of the officers approaching the car.