Karen Garner was arrested in June for walking out of Walmart with a $ 13.88 item, according to a federal lawsuit filed earlier this month. She was arrested and left with multiple injuries including a fractured thigh, a dislocated shoulder and a sprained wrist, according to the lawsuit.
The lawsuit includes videos showing Hopp, Jalali and Blackett laughing as they watch camera footage of Garner’s arrest.
Ticer said on Friday that the Hopp, Jalali and Blackett police department “was no longer working,” although the boss did not say whether the officers had stepped down, police spokesman Tom Hacker told CNN the three officers had resigned.
“I share the concerns of the community about it,”; Ticer said when asked about his reaction to the bodycam footage. “It hurts to see that. I was in law enforcement for 32 years and what I saw in it hurts me.”
CNN has contacted the Fraternal Order of Police and the Loveland Police Officers Association for comment. Loveland assistant manager Justin Bruno said this week that some of the officers named in the case remain legal advisers through the police union. Attempts to contact the authorities were unsuccessful.
Hopp took the job for a year and Jalali stayed with the department for three years, Ticer said.
Garner’s attorney, Sarah Schielke, and her family expressed disappointment in a statement on Friday that the three officers were allowed to resign and not be fired.
“Although the world saw what they did in just one but two horrendous videos, they were still reaping the benefits of Loveland,” Schielke said, adding that other officials involved in the incident were also involved in the incident. Stay in work
Schielke also had a problem with Ticer’s assertion that “this is not the Loveland Police Department.”
“This is the Loveland Police Department and it is his Loveland Police Department,” she said. “He was responsible for what happened in it and was incredible, although presiding over the employment, training and culture that led to the Karei murder. This cruel Nagarner, he and Loveland believe he should continue. “
“(Ticer) said, our mother’s case. ‘Hurt him personally,’ ‘the Garner family said in a statement. It is clear that the only thing ‘Personally hurting him’ got attention from this case, came to his department, not what happened to our mother, we were disappointed “
CNN has contacted Ticer for comment. But there was no immediate response from the boss.
Garner’s family said that now she ‘Fear not trust in solitude’
Garner initially filed a federal civil rights lawsuit on April 14 against Loveland and three police officers, including Hopp and Jalali, for alleged use of excessive force. The amended lawsuit on Sunday added Blackett and another officer to the complaint.
Loveland is about 50 miles north of Denver.
CNN received camera footage of the arrest from Schielke’s office.
The resolved lawsuit includes a video showing Hopp, Jalali and Blackett laughing as they watch footage of the June 2020 arrest, according to Schielke.
“We are physically sick,” Garner’s family said in a statement earlier this week. “We are angry that our hearts cannot be hurt anymore when it is so completely independent, happy, carefree and loving the outdoors. Fear not trust in solitude “
“The statement in the video is very relevant,” said district attorney Gordon McLaughlin.
Ticer said an internal investigation by the city’s director of human resources and third parties would follow the district attorney’s investigation.
“Our goal at the Loveland Police Department is to make our community always proud. We have failed and are very sad for that,” he said on Friday.
BODYCAM PICTURES ‘It’s like a live TV program,’ the official said.
Part of the video included in the case was taken in the Loveland Police Department reservation area shortly after Garner’s arrest.
In the video, Hopp gives Jalali a fist beating when asked how the arrest was.
“Well, I think it’s doing really well,” Hopp said, adding. “I think we can overcome it”
Later in the video, as officers began to watch Jalali, who helped in the arrest, said the body camera footage was “Just like a live TV program”
Blackett replied, “Show body cam” while people giggled.
“BODYCAM is my favorite thing to watch, I can watch body cams live all day,” says Jalali.
As the three kept watching, it emerged that Jalali was uncomfortable with the video.
“Can you stop now?” She asked.
“What?” Replied Hopp.
According to a YouTube transcript, Hopp asked, “Are you ready for pop?” While Jalali covered her ears.
“Hear the pop?” Asked Hopp.
Pop mentions something in the video. But it’s not clear what it is.
“I hate this,” Jalali said.
“This is great,” replied Hopper.
“I hate it,” Jalali said.
“I love it,” said Hopp.
Video views and conversations took place when Garner was 10 feet away in a cell, according to Schielke.She remained in custody for two and a half hours, the case said until she was taken to hospital.
CNN’s Keith Allen, Jeremy Harlan and Amir Vera contributed to this report.