64 Cleveland Officers Broke Rules In Shooting

shooting_2013More than 60 officers will be disciplined over a police chase last year that left two people dead in a hail of 137 bullets, Cleveland police said Tuesday.

Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath said 64 officers were found guilty of “administrative charges ranging from excessive speed to insubordination,” in connection with their role in the 2012 police chase.

The announcement after the discipline hearings doesn’t involve a pending review of possible criminal charges in the deadly incident, CNN affiliate WOIO reported.

Two months ago, McGrath had said 74 of 277 officers on duty the night of the chase could face disciplinary action.

 

Source: CNN

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