Ohio Police Pull Taser, Arrest Teens for Refusing to Follow Traffic Laws

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The Cincinnati Police Department released bodycam showing officers arresting two teens after they allegedly ignored commands to stay out of the street. The teens were selling water on the street and impeding traffic, police say. Officers arrested the teens for obstructing official business and resisting arrest. This footage was released in response to a story circulating around social media stating that officers arrested the teens for selling water.

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1 thought on “Ohio Police Pull Taser, Arrest Teens for Refusing to Follow Traffic Laws”

  1. Just out to mess with the kids. The officer was butt hurt by the contempt of cop given by the youths. So he wanted to flex his hatred and arrest. Trump up a resisting charge to make it stick. When homeless people pan handle they too must go into the area of street to retrieve money from passing cars…no obstructing traffic seen here or when others pan handle . I’m calling BS.

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