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Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. KTXL — Ring video captured Wednesday afternoon shows a teenage boy with autism being slammed and punched in the face repeatedly by a Vacaville police officer. Preston then went to play with a close neighbor, unaware that police had been called and were searching for him. Police say the officer first found the year-old before finding Preston. Vacaville police did not say whether the year-old had any injuries.
When the officer later found and confronted Preston, things quickly got out of control, as seen on the home surveillance video. Katie Cardona. After being detained for an hour, officers brought Preston home, bruised and terrified. We understand the video posted on social media can appear very disturbing. When we receive a call involving an assault with a deadly weapon and potential stabbing, we respond immediately to ensure we keep those in the vicinity safe.
Our officer had a clear description of the suspect and the minor who was arrested fit this description. Following the arrest, the family explained their son as a special needs individual. This was not known to our officer; his responsibility was to find and apprehend the suspect to prevent further injury. Ian Schmutzler, Vacaville Police Department Acting Chief Wolf has not been told if the officer who hit his son will face any repercussions for what happened.
He says he does want the officer, however, to be held accountable. He said he will be using this traumatic experience to show other officers how not to handle children on the spectrum. Vacaville police say the officer is still on-duty as the investigation continues.
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Click to print Opens in new window Iran Moreno-Balvaneda was in the first-floor room facing Raymond Street playing video games when three to five shots were fired nearby, at least one of which hit him. A woman arrives to place flowers and pray. The bedroom window is seen beyond the candles and flowers 0n Monday morning, Nov. Iran Moreno-Balvaneda, who was an 8th grader at Blair School, was playing video games in his home in the block of North Raymond Avenue on Saturday night when shots were fired nearby.
Moreno-Balvaneda was hit and later died at a hospital. Iran Moreno-Balvaneda, 13, was killed in his own bedroom in Pasadena by a stray bullet on Saturday, Nov. He described Moreno-Balvaneda as a straight-A student and a great kid.
Brian McDonald, superintendent of the Pasadena Unified School District, said he was shocked when he found out about the shooting. He offered his condolences to the family of the victim and pleaded for the public for help.
A bullet hole is seen on the bedroom window early Monday, Nov. Read more year-old boy killed by stray bullet into his bedroom in Pasadena Kennedy urged the shooter or shooters to turn themselves in. He also addressed anyone who was with the shooter or anyone who knows the shooter to turn the suspect in. It does not matter if he is in a gang or a lone wolf.
It does not matter if he is young or old. Justice must be done; it is up to us to speak out and not remain silent. If you know something, say something. Students in the Pasadena district are on Thanksgiving holiday this week. Counseling services were available Monday and Tuesday for any Blair student or employee who feels they need support, said Hilda Ramirez Horvath, spokeswoman for Pasadena Unified. The bedroom window is seen beyond the candles and flowers early Monday, Nov. William Grisafe, spokesman for Pasadena police.
Three people, including Iran, died and 16 people were injured in those shootings, he added. The first fatal shooting happened March 13 in the block of East Foothill Boulevard. A man walked up to a parked car and opened fire. The second person sitting in the car, a year-old Duarte woman, was treated at the scene for minor injuries.
Police later arrested two men. On Oct. Callers reported hearing gunfire around p. A third victim, who was not injured, took the two wounded men to a local hospital, police said. One of the victims, year-old Jamal Patterson, died on Oct.
Memorial candles are lined up early Sunday, Nov. A woman was shot in the leg while in her living room with her two children on July 8. Police said she was not the intended target. The suspect had shot at a man standing in front of a nearby home in the block of Navarro Avenue.
And a year-old boy playing in his front yard in the block of Parke Street was shot several times on Feb. His mother, Gabriela Joya, said seconds before the shooting, her son stepped out of the home to hang out and play in the front yard where his older brother, father and uncle were.
She heard a lot of gunshots and ran outside. Police arrested two suspects in May for that shooting. Related Articles.
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He is currently in custody, and we understand that he will be arraigned tomorrow. The authorities told us that their investigation was prompted by activity that occurred outside of Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.
SCH follows strict protocols regarding our hiring and retention of all employees, including criminal background checks. We can confirm that Mr.
Moreover, we have never received any complaints or indications of improper conduct by Mr. Wolf has been placed on administrative leave, and we certainly anticipate that he will not return to SCH. I am sorry I have to communicate such difficult news. We will continue to monitor the situation and work closely with authorities as they continue their investigation. Police say the officer first found the year-old before finding Preston.
Vacaville police did not say whether the year-old had any injuries. When the officer later found and confronted Preston, things quickly got out of control, as seen on the home surveillance video. Katie Cardona.
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After being detained for an hour, officers brought Preston home, bruised and terrified. We understand the video posted on social media can appear very disturbing. Some comments by other YouTube users denounced those making sexually suggestive remarks about the children in the videos.
Earlier the same month YouTube was also criticized over low-quality content targeting kids as viewers on its platform. The company went on to announce a number of policy changes related to kid-focused videoincluding saying it would aggressively police comments on videos of kids and that videos found to have inappropriate comments about the kids in them would have comments turned off altogether. We were unable to verify those findings in our brief tests.
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We asked YouTube why its algorithms skew toward recommending videos of minors, even when the viewer starts by watching videos of adult women, and why inappropriate comments remain a problem on videos of minors more than a year after the same issue was highlighted via investigative journalism. The company sent us the following statement in response to our questions: Any content — including comments — that endangers minors is abhorrent and we have clear policies prohibiting this on YouTube.
We enforce these policies aggressively, reporting it to the relevant authorities, removing it from our platform and terminating accounts.