Aug. 14, 2014 Videographer: Levi Frasier David Flores was kicked in the face repeatedly during an arrest in Denver as officers tried to force him to spit out a sock allegedly stuffed with drugs. Flores’s pregnant girlfriend was tripped during the incident. The videographer said the video on his tablet was deleted by police, but had already been backed up on the cloud. The incident clarified that police have little legal standing to seize phones or tablets without a warrant. Police officials said use of force was justified, especially because Flores could have died if he swallowed a large amount of drugs. March 25, 2015 Videographer: Ryan Brown Brown recorded as he was pulled over in Colorado Springs, Colo., for a cracked windshield, dragged from his car and forced face-down in the snow. Brown asked the officer why he was being stopped but the officer didn’t appear to respond. The officer was cleared of any wrongdoing. An obstruction charge against Brown was dismissed. March 30, 2015 Videographer: Sanjay Seth Seth, an Uber passenger, filmed New York City Police Detective Patrick Cherry berating an Uber driver in a profane, xenophobic rant. Cherry was placed on desk duty and stripped of his assignment. The officer apologized and said anger got the best of him. The police commissioner said Cherry’s behavior was a setback for a department seeking a better working relationship with the public. April 4, 2015 Videographer: Feidin Santana Walter Scott, an unarmed black man, was shot in the back and killed by a white police officer after a traffic stop in North Charleston, S.C. The officer, Michael Thomas Slager, was fired and is facing murder charges. His attorney said Slager isn’t guilty of murder and that the video is incomplete. Scott’s family reached a $6.5 million settlement with the city of North Charleston. April 12, 2015 Videographer: Kevin Moore Freddie Gray died of injuries sustained during police custody in Baltimore. Six police officers were charged in connection with his death. The officers have pleaded not guilty; the trial of the first officer to face a jury ended in a mistrial in December. The family reached a $6.4 million settlement with the city of Baltimore. June 5, 2015 Videographer: Brandon Brooks Cpl. David Eric Casebolt was one of a dozen officers responding to a reported fight at a suburban pool party in McKinney, Texas. Casebolt, who is white, appeared to throw a 15 year-old African-American girl to the ground and hold her down by pressing his knees into her back. Casebolt resigned from the department. His attorney said the officer had handled a disturbing suicide call earlier in the day and was upset. The police chief said his behavior was unacceptable. Oct. 26, 2015 Videographer: Niya Kenny School resource officer Ben Fields was filmed by Kenny after being called to a math class at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, S.C. Fields... http://www.wsj.com/articles/viral-videos-shape-views-of-police-conduct-1451512011
Thursday, Newport Aquarium, 1 Aquarium Way, Newport. Holiday decorations throughout Aquarium. Underwater Santa show alongside sharks, shark rays and Denver the Sea Turtle. Through Dec. 31. Included with admission: $23, $15 ages 2-12, free under age 2. 800-406-3474; www.newportaquarium.com.
Christmas at EnterTRAINment Junction, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Saturday, EnterTrainment Junction, 7379 Squire Court, West Chester Township. Take “Journey to the North Pole,” meet Mrs. Claus and Santa. See “Main Street Holiday Trains” displays, which offer some free winter train displays. Through Jan. 2. 513-898-8000; www.entertrainmentjunction.com.
Holiday Ice Skating, noon-6 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Monday-Sunday, Northland Ice Skating, 10400 Reading Road, Evendale. Climate-controlled rink. Free skate rental. Through Jan. 3. $9, $7 children. 513-563-0008; www.northlandicecenter.com.
A Star Wars-themed light show dances across the lake at The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens for Festival of Lights. (Photo: Madison Schmidt for The Enquirer)
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Dontrelle Inman to a neck injury and cornerback Brandon Flowers to a knee injury in the first quarter of their game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Inman was immobilized on a backboard and taken off the field on a cart after he was sandwiched by safety David Bruton Jr. and linebacker Brandon Marshall.
Chargers coach Mike McCoy said after the game that "everything is looking good as of right now and they are going to run a few more tests" on Inman, who was able to move his extremities before being taken from the field.
"Yes he was. He was moving his hand when I was out there with him. Before they took him away he was moving his hands and his feet. They asked him to move a few things and do some things and he responded to all of those things, which was great," McCoy said.
Inman, who had moved into the starting lineup after Keenan Allen suffered a season-ending kidney injury on Nov. 1, was hit after making a 15-yard catch for a first down. The drive ended with Josh Lambo missing a 48-yard field goal.
A few plays later, Flowers hurt his left knee in a collision with Broncos tight end Owen Daniels. He too was taken off the field on a cart.
The Broncos (10-2) won the game 17-3, but they lost several players in the process.
Running back C.J. Anderson went out with an ankle injury. Tight end Vernon Davis and linebacker Danny Trevathan left with head injuries, returner Omar Bolden injured a hamstring and safety David Bruton Junior was helped off late in the game with a knee injury.
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