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Lawsuit Claims Virginia Cops Threatened Army Second Lieutenant During Traffic Stop

Caron Nazario & cops guns drawn1 Here’s more via TMZ
Noah Ferguson | 12 April, 2021, 04:23

Gutierrez and his partner Daniel Crocker are now the defendants in a lawsuit arguing that they violated Nazario's constitutional rights through the use of excessive force and unlawful search and seizure. The two sides in the case dispute what happened after a second police officer joined the first one in the stop.

Nazario reportedly alleged that the officers told him they'd hit him with charges of obstruction of justice, eluding police, and assault on a cop if he complained about the incident. His name has been trending on social media this week after video surfaced of Army Second Lieutenant Caron Nazario, still in his uniform, being pepper sprayed by police officers during a traffic stop. But the law-keepers kneed him in the legs, handcuffed and beat him and threatened to bring charges against him if he raised any complaint about their conduct.

In a report filed on the night of the incident, Gutierrez says they were treating it as a "high risk traffic stop" because Nazario's vehicle had no tag displayed, he took a long time to stop, and he had "extremely dark" window tint. At the time, Nazario was coming from his duty station and going home, attorney Jonathan Arthur told The Associated Press on Friday.

Nazario has graduated from Virginia State University and was commissioned out of their Reserve Officers' Training Corps program, Arthur told AP.

Caron Nazario & cops guns drawn3

When a patrol vehicle activated its siren and emergency lights behind Caron Nazario in December, the Army lieutenant says he was reluctant to immediately pull over.

"I don't even want to reach for my seatbelt, can you please?"

When a police cruiser signaled for him to stop, the lawsuit says Nazario put on his blinkers, slowed down and looked for a lighted place to stop. It also led to "substantial property damage to Lt. Nazario's vehicle and choked Lt. Nazario's dog, who was sitting in the rear of Lt. Nazario's vehicle, secured in a crate", according to the suit. "Notwithstanding the fact that Nazario was on the ground and in tears, Gutierrez and Crocker continued to strike Lt. Nazario". Nazario, who reportedly believes he was racially profiled, filed a lawsuit against Gutierrez and Crocker on April 2, according to multiple reports. He is then handcuffed while police search his auto. Windsor is about 70 miles southeast of Richmond. "The Windsor Police Department needs to be fully transparent about what happened during the stop and what was done in response to it", Herring said.

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