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According to Tahnee Lightfoot, a spokeswoman for the department, the 10 arrestees had failed to show up for a court date or violated their probation.
Studies on the safety of Tasers have reached differing conclusions, but advocates point to research, including a 2011 Justice Department review, that found the weapons reduce injuries to officers and arrestees.
According to Hamilton, 16- and 17-year-olds represented about 70 percent of arrestees last year.
Nor do police enforce immigration laws in Baltimore, where arrestees are taken to a jail run by the state, said Anthony McCarthy, a spokesman for Mayor Catherine Pugh.
Jail records don’t list attorneys for any of the arrestees.
Since the identifying information provided by the arrestee during the investigation was apparently false, the police department is working with the Prince William County Commonwealth Attorney's Office to clear Mr. Whitehead from this investigation.
IndyStar does not typically identify juvenile arrestees unless they have been charged and waived to adult court.
Each gun was confiscated in Los Angeles County by the crime task force, which goes by the acronym L.A. IMPACT, either at crime scenes or from arrestees.
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