Cincinnati police hold black realtor and potential home buyer at gunpoint after 911 caller claims they broke in. Lawsuit settled for 151k.
- Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018
- Last Updated: Friday, July 19, 2019
- Location: Cincinnati OH USA
- ID: 3b35ec80-6a91-46fe-929b-72c785ce9a49
One of the officers sued, Rose Valentino, caught using the N-word on duty in April 2022.
Friday the 19th
Thursday the 18th
The realtor and his client sued the city of Cincinnati after a neighbor called 911 on them, mistakenly believing they were breaking into a house for sale. The realtor and his client sued the city of Cincinnati after a neighbor called 911 on them, mistakenly believing they were breaking into a house for sale.
Tuesday the 16th
Lawsuit: Realtor, prospective homebuyer illegally detained by police after retired cop calls 911 "Your clients should know that I intend to bring the facts of this case to CPD administration for action," a city attorney wrote the men's lawyers.
Saturday the 17th
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