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Syracuse Police Accused of Traumatizing 10-Year-Old Boy Over a Bag of Chips




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A recent incident involving the arrest of a young black boy by the Syracuse Police has sparked accusations of excessive force and traumatization, Your Content has learned.

A video captured the moment when officers apprehended the child, who was suspected of stealing a packet of chips from a convenience store.

In the footage, which was filmed by a concerned local resident, Syracuse Police can be seen escorting the young boy into the back of a police car.

The onlooker expressed disbelief at the treatment the child was receiving, as four officers were involved in the incident.

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Disturbingly, the boy’s screams could be heard as he desperately tried to escape.

Witnessing the distressing scene, the man recording the video even offered to cover the cost of the chips if it meant the police would release the child.

The incident has drawn widespread attention and concern from the community.

The Syracuse Police Department has acknowledged the incident and issued a statement assuring that they are conducting a thorough review.

The video has ignited a debate about police conduct, particularly concerning the treatment of minors and the appropriate use of force.

As the investigation unfolds, the public eagerly awaits further information regarding the incident and any actions that may be taken in response to the allegations of traumatizing a young boy over a bag of chips, according to The Daily Advent.

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