Grundy County Officer Anthony Beean Sentenced to 6 years for Assaulting Handcuffed Detainees in 2 Seperate Incidents
- Date: Friday, September 2, 2022
- Last Updated: Friday, September 2, 2022
- Location: Grundy County TN USA
- ID: 0ca6422f-29ab-49fc-8d30-04b3b99d16e6
Anthony Bean used what he called 'tune-up gloves' to assault detainees on at least two seperatee occasions.
Friday the 2nd
A Grundy County cop who bragged about the "tune up" gloves while beating suspects is off to federal prison on a civil rights conviction. @jamiescoop reports.Civil rights conviction sends East Tennessee cop to prison – Tennessee Lookout East Tennessee law enforcer, Anthony Bean, who bragged about beating suspects, has been convicted of civil-rights abuses and is headed to federal prison.
Monday the 29th
Former Grundy County law enforcement officer sentenced for use of excessive force The former Chief of the Tracy City Police Department and Chief Deputy of the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office was sentenced to prison for two excessive force incidents in Grundy County.
Friday the 26th
Sunday the 30th
A former Tennessee officer was convicted of civil rights violations for using excessive force against suspects - ABC17NEWS By Josh Campbell, CNN A former Tennessee law enforcement officer was convicted Friday of federal civil rights offenses for using excessive force against two suspects, federal prosecutors said. Anthony “Tony” Bean, 61, faced a bench trial on charges related to separate incidents in 2014 and 2017. In…
Friday the 26th
Grundy County deputies suspended with pay following federal indictment GRUNDY COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — Two Grundy County deputies have been placed on leave with pay pending the outcome of a federal investigation. The Department of Justice reported Chief Deputy Anthony &…
Wednesday the 24th
Two Grundy County, Tennessee Sheriff’s Officers Charged With Federal Civil Rights Offenses Chief Deputy Anthony “Tony” Bean, 59, and Sergeant Anthony “T.J.” Bean, 29, of the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office were indicted today by a federal grand jury in Chattanooga, Tennessee, for using excessive force against arrestees, announced Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband of the Department o…
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