Police used stun gun, neck grab in fatal Vegas Strip arrest
16 May, 2017, 09:14 | Author: Ora Austin
Authorities say an unarmed man has died after police officers used a stun gun and neck grab to subdue him during an arrest on the Las Vegas Strip.
Police said he was acting erratic and claimed people were chasing him. Both officers followed, police said, and caught the man after he tried opening a tailgate on someone's pickup before approaching the side door of the vehicle.
Police said the man kept fighting, so one of the officers punched him several times before administering a "department approved control technique" called the lateral vascular neck restraint.
The local coroner's office has yet to release the official cause of death in the case, but the Metro's Force Investigation Team & Critical Incident Review Team has begun an investigation into the matter, according to police.
"Too many people have died as a result of this type of excessive force and too many questions remain about the use of chokeholds by our police". Venetian security guards also joined the struggle, police said. "But there has got to be another option", Story said. Police said they attempted CPR on the scene, but the man died at a Las Vegas hospital trauma center a short time later.
A spokesperson for Las Vegas Sands, which operates the Venetian, didn't immediately respond to messages seeking comment Monday morning.
LVNR is not considered deadly force by the Las Vegas Police Department, which trains most of its officers in the technique.
A passer-by with a cellphone recorded the 43-year-old Garner calling out, "I can't breathe" while officers pinned him to the sidewalk in an apparent chokehold while trying to arrest him for selling loose, untaxed cigarettes. "There are a lot of variables, including the competence of the officer, the condition of the person, mental health issues, whether they're a smoker, alcohol (use)", O'Donnell said.
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