Louis police officer has been charged with killing a fellow officer after a Russian roulette-style game went horribly wrong. Nathaniel Hendren, 29, was charged Friday with involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action, according to Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner and a probable cause statement. Hendren, who was on-duty at the time of the shooting, and Katlyn Alix were allegedly playing a game where all but one bullet was removed from a revolver and the two would take turns pointing it at each other and pulling the trigger, according to the probable cause document. The statement was provided by Sgt. Richard Hellmeier, an Internal Affairs investigator, after interviewing a third officer who was on-duty and with the two at the time of the shooting. The third officer has not been named.
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The first officer to respond to the incident, which happened last week, called dispatch for backup, and six cars rushed to the scene. Officers gave the girl little time to calm down, while dragging her in the snow, cuffing her and shoving her in a patrol car. When she refused to put her feet into the vehicle, and continually cried out for her father, officers pepper-sprayed her into submission. A few minutes into the videotaped altercation, an officer is seen losing his patience. The chief of the patrol officers' union noted the outcome could have been worse. And therein lies the problem. When it comes to police treatment of young people, especially young people of color, we seem to be living in an endless loop of "Groundhog Day.
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The girl, who is identified only as Alexandra, was abducted on Wednesday as she tried to hitchhike home to the town of Dobrosloveni in the south of the country. On Thursday morning, she rang the emergency number, , three times and offered police what information she had about the place in which she was being held by the driver who picked her up. Relatives of Alexandra alleged that officers failed to take the alert seriously and reacted too late. A few heads have fallen but not enough!
Bhopal : An interfaith-couple seeking to register their marriage in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, was allegedly harassed by members of two Hindu groups Monday. She also told reporters that her family did not know of the marriage. The members of the Hindu groups alleged that the man tried to flee from the spot, but they caught and handed him over to the police. The police arrested him under Section of the CrPC and asked the girl to return to her parents.