Utah Mom Demands Investigation After Officer Draws Weapon on Son

Nicole Rojas
Jun 11, 2019 - 5:00

[caption id="attachment_78134" align="aligncenter" width="900"] (Shutterstock.com).[/caption] A Utah mother is calling for an independent investigation after a Woods Cross police officer pointed a gun at her Black son’s head on June 6. The boy’s mother, who is white, said the officer was being racist when he confronted the boy at his grandmother’s front yard. Jerri Hrubes told reporters on June 7 that her son, DJ Hrubes, was playing on his grandmother’s front lawn in West Bountiful, a neighborhood north of Salt Lake City, when he was...

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One Reply to “Utah Mom Demands Investigation After Officer Draws Weapon on Son”

  1. So was this 10-year old child the same height and body mass of an adult? Is THAT why the “officer” felt justified in drawing his weapon on a CHILD????
    SMDHAngrily – a few seconds later, and that mother might have lost her child. Incomprehensible and Inexcusable. If that “professional” who has undergone training cannot tell the difference between a 10=year old and an adult, he needs to give up the badge and the gun and go elsewhere…far, far, away!

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