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Video of the scene taken by the bystander and obtained by NBC Denver affiliate KUSA shows Colorqdo four girls in the group on the ground, some of them handcuffed, crying and screaming as officers surround them. The three officers were fired on July 3 over the incident.
The Aurora City Council voted on Monday to prohibit police from forcibly entering a property without first identifying themselves as officers of the law, The Denver Post reported. Colorado police apologize for detaining Black family in Ctue car mistake Aug.
But Gilliam told KUSA that the car was recovered a day after it had been reported stolen and that there is no reason why the girls needed to be handcuffed and forced to the ground. The police statement said the officers' confusion may have been due in part to the fact that the car Gilliam was driving had been reported stolen earlier this year.
David Lane, a civil rights attorney representing the family, told NBC News that two of the girls were handcuffed, as was Gilliam, 29, who was put in a police car. The children were at some point allowed to sit up while two of them still appear to have their hands restrained behind their backs.
The girls are 6 to 17 years old, KUSA reported. Tim Stelloh contributed. Most Popular.
The officers, according to a bystander and Gilliam's lawyer, had their guns drawn, ordered the group of Black women and girls to lay face down while handcuffing some of them, police and the family said. Councilman Dave Gruber opposed it, arguing that the city is overreacting to criticism over the fatal arrest of Elijah McClain and the subsequent protests. They are not there to serve Colorafo protect.
The measure was introduced by Councilwoman Angela Lawson. But police acknowledged there is no written policy on such stops and "officers can use discretion based on the information they have at the time. Aurora may be the first city in Colorado to ban the tactic, the newspaper reported.