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  • Violent confrontation with police begins

    In a video released by the Sacramento Police Department on Wednesday, officers first approach John Hernandez on March 6 in front of a business on Alhambra Boulevard, where he had allegedly offered to fight strangers. Hernandez is uncooperative and runs away, later entering a medical office building where police used a Taser and baton to subdue him. He fell unconscious, and remains in the hospital with severe brain damage.

In a video released by the Sacramento Police Department on Wednesday, officers first approach John Hernandez on March 6 in front of a business on Alhambra Boulevard, where he had allegedly offered to fight strangers. Hernandez is uncooperative and runs away, later entering a medical office building where police used a Taser and baton to subdue him. He fell unconscious, and remains in the hospital with severe brain damage. Sacramento Police Department
In a video released by the Sacramento Police Department on Wednesday, officers first approach John Hernandez on March 6 in front of a business on Alhambra Boulevard, where he had allegedly offered to fight strangers. Hernandez is uncooperative and runs away, later entering a medical office building where police used a Taser and baton to subdue him. He fell unconscious, and remains in the hospital with severe brain damage. Sacramento Police Department
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Police release video of incident that left man with severe brain damage

April 05, 2017 7:25 PM

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