Crime

August 28, 2014 1:11 PM

Jury finds CMPD officer liable, awards $500,000 in Taser death

A federal jury decided Thursday that a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer used excessive force in the 2011 death of a man who died after being twice shocked by the officer’s Taser.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Mom arrested for allowing son to drive golf cart at Bald Head 01:05

Mom arrested for allowing son to drive golf cart at Bald Head

RAW VIDEO McDonalds employees fight over pies 00:45

RAW VIDEO McDonalds employees fight over pies

CMS teacher arrested 00:54

CMS teacher arrested

Man shot dead in northwest Charlotte 00:24

Man shot dead in northwest Charlotte

The fisherman's defense: revisiting the Yarmolenko case 05:26

The fisherman's defense: revisiting the Yarmolenko case

CMPD officer shot in line of duty 06:35

CMPD officer shot in line of duty

Emotions run high as Boderick found guilty of killing daughter 01:28

Emotions run high as Boderick found guilty of killing daughter

Prosecutor discusses Patrick Cannon voter fraud plea deal 00:41

Prosecutor discusses Patrick Cannon voter fraud plea deal

Son's 911 call: 'There's no way she's alive' 01:36

Son's 911 call: 'There's no way she's alive'

Surveillance video: Armed robber shot and killed by barber, customer in self defense 01:40

Surveillance video: Armed robber shot and killed by barber, customer in self defense

Surveillance video from Fort Mill gun shop break-in 01:17

Surveillance video from Fort Mill gun shop break-in

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos