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In Arizona some of the files $10M lawsuit after police allegedly pull guns on family for the 4-year-old steals the pop

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An Arizona couple filed a $10 million lawsuit against the city of Phoenix’s claim, the police committed civil rights violations, after a video showed them allegedly pointing guns at the two, and their 4-year-old daughter stole a doll from a dollar store in the last month.

Dravon Ames, and Iesha Harper, of Phoenix, who filed the legal claim on Wednesday, said that on the 29th of May, they went to a Family Dollar Store, with their children, in London, on may 1st, the Island is 4. The island, she said, and took the doll out of the store without their knowledge.

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The couple said they went to their baby sitter’s apartment building, when a police car pulled up behind them, pulled out the driver’s side door of their car and began yelling profanities at the kids.

The parents said the officers were injured in London, by pulling on one of her arms, and after the mother refused an order to allow the child to go down, because they said the girl couldn’t walk, and the pavement was hot, and it is also said, By was injured by the police, who falsely claimed that he did not comply with their commands after the Soviet exit from the vehicle in which the family was travelling in.

An officer, who is accused of throwing By against a car, kicked his legs so hard that, By broken down and punching him for no reason at all. The claim is said to be one of the officers, profanely, told By it in front of his children, and that he was going to shoot him in the face.

A Video posted online apparently shows the officers yelling, “you f- – – ing hands in the air,” and “you’re gonna get f-ing shot!”

Phoenix Police Chief Jerry Williams said on Friday that they have begun an internal investigation, as soon as they found out what was going on.

“I’m just like you, I am disturbed by the language and the actions of the driver. I can assure you that this incident is not representative of the majority of Phoenix police officers who serve this city,” Williams said.

The police claimed that the incident happened on the 27th of May, and is described in detail in a different version of the events. While it is the parents’ attorney said the child’s father, were injured in the encounter, according to police, no injuries were reported to them.

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The police, in a Facebook post on Saturday, he said there were other stolen items in the vehicle during the meeting, in addition to the wrist.

The department said the officer was at the dollar store on an unrelated shoplifting call, when the staff told him about the other shop-lifting complaint, and directed him toward a vehicle that was leaving the parking lot as the officer approached. The officer’s had a By which the driving of the vehicle, in order to stop it, but he couldn’t do it, ” said the police.

Another woman who was in the car and was dropped off at a different location in the family reaches the apartment building. She had three outstanding felony warrants and was booked, police said.

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The police said, As the mother of the two children were in the car and later explained that she thought one of her daughters had a doll stolen because they didn’t have any money.

Both parents were handcuffed and detained in the police car, but they were eventually set free, and Tom Horne, a lawyer for the family said.

No one has been charged with the shoplifting, because it was returned, and the store staff don’t want the case to be prosecuted, according to police. But Ames was given a fine for driving on a suspended license.

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said in a statement that she is “sick about what I saw in the video of the Phoenix police interaction with families and children.” She called the situation “totally inappropriate, and is clearly unprofessional.”

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The mayor added that the city is “accelerating” the use of police body cameras. “Every district is going to have on the body-worn cameras in August,” she said.

Jay-Z’s Team Roc” has reached out to the family and to provide legal support and assistance, and called for the police officers involved to be fired.

The officers involved have now been assigned to desk duty as the department investigates.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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