Phoenix Cop Who Threatened Black Family to be Fired

Nicole Rojas
Oct 25, 2019 - 9:00
Phoenix Cop Who Threatened Black Family to be Fired

A Phoenix police officer who threatened to shoot a Black family during a shoplifting incident in May will be fired, the chief of police confirmed. The news of Officer Christopher Meyer’s termination comes after the couple filed a $10 million lawsuit against the city. Chief Jeri Williams confirmed that Meyer was notified of his termination on October 22, CBS News reported. Meyer was one of several...

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