Shocking video shows the moment when undercover Michigan troopers cause a crash by driving a stop sign in their SUV – and then pulling a taser on the injured driver of the other car and engaging him on the ground
- Two state troopers drove a gray Jeep SUV on Livernois Street in Detroit on July 3 when the accident occurred
- A camera for monitoring the house recorded the moment their vehicle was flowing through a stop sign at the intersection of the streets of Livernois and Cadet
- A red Honda, powered by Carloz Martinez, 27, seemed to have the right of way before t-drilling the SUV of the troopers and hitting the driveway of a neighbor
- The trooper who was driving left the vehicle and instructed Martinez to raise his hand and lay it on the ground while threatening him with a taser.
- Moments later, the other trooper left the SUV and Martinez handcuffed as a bewildered spectator stood and watched the scene unfold
- After investigation, the Michigan State Police confirmed on Monday that the officers did not stop at the stop sign before entering the intersection & # 39;
Authorities in Michigan say that two undercover state engines caused a July 3 accident in Detroit before handcuffing and threatening the tasman of another vehicle.
Home security video published on YouTube July 4 shows the heartbeat moment when the unnamed troopers made a stop sign before they had a collision with an approaching car.
The clip shows the officers driving around 9.15 p.m. in a gray Jeep SUV on the northwest of Livernois Street in the Mexicantown – Southwest district of Motor City.
Their vehicle did not seem to be slowing when it passed the intersection of the streets of Livernois and Cadet.
A red Honda sedan, powered by Carloz Martinez, 27, seemed to have the right of way when it collided with the vehicle of the troopers and hit it in the driveway of a neighbor.
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Michigan authorities say that two undercover State Troopers caused a July 3 accident in Detroit before handcuffing and threatening the driver of the other vehicle with a taser
Home security video to be released on YouTube on July 4 shows the heartbreaking moment when the unnamed troopers made a stop sign before lining up for an oncoming car
Moments later, the trooper driving the SUV stepped out of the vehicle and pulled his taser while instructing the injured Martinez to raise his hands and lie face down on the street.
Then the second cavalryman, who was riding in the passenger seat of the SUV, left the vehicle and handcuffed Martinez, who were later transported to a local hospital with minor injuries.
The military police who were driving suffered a broken rib and a broken collarbone as a result of the crash, according to the Michigan State Police.
Less than 24 hours after the accident, the law enforcement agency on Twitter reported that it was investigating the incident and wanted to view data recorded in the black boxes of both vehicles.
A red Honda sedan, powered by Carloz Martinez, 27, bumped into the vehicle of the troopers and hit it in the driveway of a neighbor
Moments later, the trooper driving the SUV stepped out of the vehicle a moment later and pulled his taser while instructing the injured Martinez to raise his hands and lie face down on the street
On Monday, the agency confirmed that the officers in the collision were to blame.
& # 39; Review of the black box of the undercover video of vehicle and surveillance camera by a homeowner confirms that the officer did not stop at the stop sign before entering the intersection & # 39 ;, the agency tweeted.
Michigan State Police told DailyMail.com that they are currently remembering the names of the officers. The agency said it was & # 39; not determined & # 39; is whether the officers will be confronted with any charges.
State police visited the Martinez family last week, according to the Detroit Free Press.
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