Police officers in Prince George’s County, Maryland, are infamous for abusing their power when apprehending subjects.
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Officer Taylor and his partners surveilled Dorm and others entering the store and profiled the group as potential robbers. Dorm, who has had brushes with the law in the past, did not commit a crime and told authorities he walked away to avoid any issues.
PG County police officials eventually discovered that Officer Taylor lied about what took place and charged him accordingly, but kept the details mostly in-house. All charges against Dorm were dropped, but his attorney is angered by the racial profiling that led to the unfortunate exchange. “He [Officer Taylor] played on the community’s stereotypes that this young, Black person was a menace,” said attorney Jim Bell to local ABC news station WJLA. “Imagine if that was your son or your daughter.”
Even with solid evidence mounting against him, Taylor has boldly vowed to fight the second-degree assault and misconduct charges against him.
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