Woman who has lost a lawsuit claiming the police is brutal is accused of tampering with officer food
McDonald & # 39; s employee who has lost a lawsuit accusing the police of excessive violence is arrested for tampering with food served to the officer of the same department
- A black teenager who lost a recent police case lawsuit was arrested Friday on suspicion of tampering with food served to a cop of the same power
- Tatyana Hargrove, 21, was arrested at McDonald's where she reportedly worked
- Management said an employee would have tampered with food served to an agent
- Hargove lost a lawsuit alleging that she had been beaten two years earlier by Bakersfield police officers
A black teenager who lost a recent lawsuit for police violence was arrested Friday on suspicion of tampering with food served to an agent of the same power.
Tatyana Hargrove, 21, was arrested after an incident at a McDonald & # 39; s outlet on 13003 Rosedale Highway in California, Bakersfield police said.
According to McDonald & # 39; s management, they discovered an employee who deliberately tampered with food served to a law enforcement officer on Tuesday, according to the Kern County Sheriff office.
They reportedly watched video footage of the incident, Bakersfield.com reported.
Tatyana Hargrove, 21, (photo), was arrested for alleged tampering with an officer food at McDonald's in California. The officer was from the same police department she had charged after an incident with two other agents in 2017
Tatyana Hargrove, 21, was arrested after an incident at a McDonald's outlet, (photo), on 13003 Rosedale Highway in California, Bakersfield police said
A spokesperson for the Bakersfield Police Department told the outlet that an officer of that police was involved in the incident on November 12.
McDonald & # 39; s gave the video proof to the KCSO and arrested Hargrove at the outlet, said the Sheriff & # 39; s Office.
Sabotage is defined as a case where a person & # 39; intentionally mixes poison or harmful substances with food, drink, medication or pharmaceuticals & # 39 ;.
In July 2017, Hargrove says she was shot at by the police, beaten in the mouth, and bitten by a police dog after being mistaken for a much larger bald man suspected of threatening machete people.
In July 2017, Hargrove says she was shot at by the police, beaten in the mouth, and bitten by a police dog after being mistaken for a much larger bald man suspected of threatening people with machete
The Hargrove account is included in a video posted on Facebook by the Bakersfield chapter of the NAACP on Monday, claiming that the race played a role in the incident
Hargrove's account is included in a video posted on Facebook by the Bakersfield chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) on Monday.
Hargrove was shown with crutches in the video and there are close-ups of scratches, bites, bruises and scratches on her face and body.
Hargrove said she had driven her bike to a local store to buy a Father's Day gift. But it was closed and she decided to return home, she said.
The temperatures in the city of Central Valley were around 102 degrees and Hargrove, who had three bottles of water in a backpack, stopped for a drink.
"And then I turned around and there were three police cars & one of the officers had already drawn a gun at me," she said.
Hargrove was shown with crutches in the video and there are close-ups of scratches, bites, bruises and scratches on her face and body
The confrontation escalated after an officer demanded to search her backpack and she asked if he had a warrant.
Hargrove claims that the police grabbed her by the wrist and neck, hit her and threw her on the floor, where she was bitten in her leg by a police dog.
The suspect was described as a 25- to 30-year-old bald man who stood around 5 feet-10 and weighed around 170 pounds. Hargrove is 5-foot-2 and weighs 115 pounds, the Bakersfield California reported
Hargrove later prosecuted the city of Bakersfield at the federal court in 2017 after the police had used excessive force and violations of civil rights. She had asked for punitive and compensatory compensation.
However, a jury ruled in favor of the city and the police, Bakersfield.com reported.
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