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Even if a particular arrestee was not individually involved in property destruction, the prosecution argues that by being present at an event where property destruction is taking place, each individual is responsible.
The city is now planning to convert its own detention space into a processing center for police department arrestees.
The assault caused the arrestee to suffer bodily injuries.
Out of about 12,000 arrestees in the District who were eligible to seal their records last year, 2,100 filed motions, officials said.
The trend continued on a much smaller scale for juvenile arrestees — with 14 percent testing positive compared to 8 percent the previous year.
Citizenship info was unavailable for four arrestees.
The report also draws a strong link between methamphetamine and crime, showing 56 percent of adult arrestees booked into county jails tested positive for the drug last year.
But Goodson’s lawyers say the van driver was unaware of a policy change requiring arrestees to wear seatbelts in vans, adding Goodson never received word of the change made just days before Gray’s arrest.
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