Cop Charged with Battery for Breaking Man’s Arms over “F*cking Kinky” Response

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEL_nb8oY_g&feature=youtu.be

An Arkansas cop was charged with misdemeanor battery this week for fracturing a man’s arms during an arrest last year.

The incident was captured on dashcam video and shows North Little Rock police officer Jon Michael Crowder pulling over a man in a blue Hyundai for still-undisclosed reasons, showing the cop ordering the man out at gunpoint.

Crower then orders the man to place his hands against the car which he tries to do but the cop then asks him if he has any guns, which prompts the man to stop and turn around with his hands still in the air and tell him no.

But that angers the cop where he begins yelling and accusing the man of “not listening” to him but the video shows he was trying to follow his orders. He just didn’t realize he was not supposed to stop and face the officer when answering his question.

Another cop pulls up and they handcuff him but then Crower comes across a set of handcuffs the man was wearing in a case worn on his belt which the cop said made him fear for his life.

“Why do you have handcuffs?” Crower demands.

“Because I’m f*cking kinky, dude!” the man responds, turning his body sideways to face him, which again angered the cop.

Crower lifted up the man’s handcuffed arms high behind him, causing him to cry out in pain.

“You broke my f*cking arms!”

“You need to stay still, brother!” the cop tells him, even though the man was only trying to answer his question.

“If you move again, I’ll have to do what I did before,” Crowder threatens.

“If you would have had a gun or something on you, it’d have gone real south for you.”

It’s a perfect example of how cops enjoy barking out contradictory orders, which allows them to use the “pain compliance” techniques they’ve learned in the academy.

According to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette:

The department said it suspended Crowder for 30 days in October after finding he violated internal policies.

The person Crowder arrested was suspected of a felony charge, but a statement by the department didn’t say what the person was charged with.

A North Little Rock police spokeswoman said Crowder was currently on paid administrative leave. He’s been an officer with the department since 2002, she said.

Crowder didn’t appear to be an inmate at the county jail, and online court records didn’t list if he has an upcoming court appearance.

​The victim’s name was not released but police say he was treated at a local hospital for “mildly displaced fractures of the ulna bone in both elbow joints.”

Watch the shortened video above and the full video here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEL_nb8oY_g&feature=youtu.be

An Arkansas cop was charged with misdemeanor battery this week for fracturing a man’s arms during an arrest last year.

The incident was captured on dashcam video and shows North Little Rock police officer Jon Michael Crowder pulling over a man in a blue Hyundai for still-undisclosed reasons, showing the cop ordering the man out at gunpoint.

Crower then orders the man to place his hands against the car which he tries to do but the cop then asks him if he has any guns, which prompts the man to stop and turn around with his hands still in the air and tell him no.

But that angers the cop where he begins yelling and accusing the man of “not listening” to him but the video shows he was trying to follow his orders. He just didn’t realize he was not supposed to stop and face the officer when answering his question.

Another cop pulls up and they handcuff him but then Crower comes across a set of handcuffs the man was wearing in a case worn on his belt which the cop said made him fear for his life.

“Why do you have handcuffs?” Crower demands.

“Because I’m f*cking kinky, dude!” the man responds, turning his body sideways to face him, which again angered the cop.

Crower lifted up the man’s handcuffed arms high behind him, causing him to cry out in pain.

“You broke my f*cking arms!”

“You need to stay still, brother!” the cop tells him, even though the man was only trying to answer his question.

“If you move again, I’ll have to do what I did before,” Crowder threatens.

“If you would have had a gun or something on you, it’d have gone real south for you.”

It’s a perfect example of how cops enjoy barking out contradictory orders, which allows them to use the “pain compliance” techniques they’ve learned in the academy.

According to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette:

The department said it suspended Crowder for 30 days in October after finding he violated internal policies.

The person Crowder arrested was suspected of a felony charge, but a statement by the department didn’t say what the person was charged with.

A North Little Rock police spokeswoman said Crowder was currently on paid administrative leave. He’s been an officer with the department since 2002, she said.

Crowder didn’t appear to be an inmate at the county jail, and online court records didn’t list if he has an upcoming court appearance.

​The victim’s name was not released but police say he was treated at a local hospital for “mildly displaced fractures of the ulna bone in both elbow joints.”

Watch the shortened video above and the full video here.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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