10-Year-Old Boy Handcuffed By DC Police ‘Totally Innocent’ of Armed Robbery

Nicole Rojas
Apr 17, 2019 - 5:00
10-Year-Old Boy Handcuffed By DC Police 'Totally Innocent' of Armed Robbery

Authorities say a boy who was handcuffed by the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, DC was “totally innocent” of armed robbery. The incident was recorded and has caused outrage among people who say the boy should not have been placed in handcuffs in the first place. The 10-year-old, who was not identified by authorities, was detained on March 30 near 5th and H streets NE after a 12-year-old boy was robbed at gunpoint in “a violent and dramatic incident,” Attorney General Karl A. Racine said in a statementThe...

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One Reply to “10-Year-Old Boy Handcuffed By DC Police ‘Totally Innocent’ of Armed Robbery”

  1. This 10 year old needs to have his name cleared in the media. I know he and his family probably don’t want more publicity, but people have seen the video of him being handcuffed etc. It’s not fair not to have his time to be cleared. Also – who is the 13 year old boy who is now in custody? Why the hush-hush on that one? Just wondering if he’s white.

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