August 28, 2012

1 Officer involved in Chavis Carter case to be reprimanded.

Update on Chavis Carter Case.

1 Officer that was involved in Chavis Carter case to be reprimanded
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What the people think and what happened in the meeting in this Decision.

An Arkansas police officer who was placed on paid administrative leave after a man was fatally shot while handcuffed in a patrol car will be required to undergo more training and will face an official reprimand.

Jonesboro Police Chief Michael Yates said Tuesday an internal investigation found that Officer Ron Marsh didn't conduct a thorough enough search to find a gun on 21-year-old Chavis Carter before Carter was fatally shot in the head. An autopsy ruled his death a suicide.

Sheriff Yates said Marsh and another officer who stopped a truck in which Carter was a passenger have returned to work. Police said Marsh patted Carter down twice but didn't find a gun before the shooting. Marsh didn't immediately return a message left at the police department.

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