NewsLocal News / September 10, 2015

Lawsuit: Indianapolis Man Killed By Police Was Unarmed

Attorneys for the estate of a black man fatally shot when an Indianapolis police officer and a security guard opened fire on him claim in a federal lawsuit he was unarmed at the time.IMPD, Donte Sowell, excessive force lawsuit2015-09-10T00:00:00-04:00
Lawsuit: Indianapolis Man Killed By Police Was Unarmed

Rachel Long, fiancee of Donte Sowell, reads a statement as the filing of a federal lawsuit alleging excessive force in Sowell's death is announced in Indianapolis, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015. The lawsuit filed Thursday on behalf of 27-year-old Donte Sowell’s estate names the city of Indianapolis and several other defendants. Police have said an officer and a security guard opened fire on Sowell after he fled the traffic stop and began shooting at a pursuing officer.

The Associated Press

 

 

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