City of Little Rock settles racial discrimination lawsuit; LRPD officers speak out

City of Little Rock settles racial discrimination lawsuit; LRPD officers speak out

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Photo Caption: Veterans of the Little Rock Police Department have recently settled a federal discrimination lawsuit against the city. (Photo: Little Rock police) VIEW VIDEO HERE by Desmond Nugent | Monday, February 24th 2020 | ABC7 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — Veterans of the Little Rock Police Department have recently settled a federal discrimination lawsuit…

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After Weeks Complaining To Cops That Her Ex Was Placing Eerie Calls Threatening To Kill Her, Young Mother Found Stabbed To Death

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JANUARY 9, 2020, 9:04 AM ETBY DORIAN GEIGER in Oxygen.com Sabrina Nguyen, 18, told Memphis police she suspected her ex-boyfriend, Keedrin Coppage, was behind phone calls in which a robotic voice told her she was going to die. A young Memphis mother who was fatally stabbed last week allegedly received a series of threatening phone…

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Woman Told Police Her Ex Called Her 50 Times and Threatened Her — and Weeks Later, She Was Dead Sabrina Nguyen, 18, filed several reports and complaints against her ex-boyfriend

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By Elaine Aradillas January 07, 2020 04:34 PM For more than two weeks last month, 18-year-old Sabrina Nguyen filed several reports and complaints against her ex-boyfriend for allegedly stalking and intimidating her. On Dec. 15, Nguyen told Memphis Police that she received eight phone calls between 12:10 a.m. and 12:27 a.m. and a computer-type voice…

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Civil rights attorneys Mike Laux (left) and Benjamin Crump at a press conference in December regarding the Little Rock Police Department's use of no-knock raids. CREDIT MICHAEL HIBBLEN / KUAR NEWS

Attorney: Change In Little Rock Police No-Knock Raids Policy An Improvement

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Photo Caption: Civil rights attorneys Mike Laux (left) and Benjamin Crump at a press conference in December regarding the Little Rock Police Department’s use of no-knock raids. CREDIT MICHAEL HIBBLEN / KUAR NEWS By MICHAEL HIBBLEN • JUN 14, 2019 on KUAR A civil rights attorney representing several people who claimed they were unfairly targeted…

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