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Thursday, February 22, 2024
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Police Overkill

A man and woman sued Orange County, Calif., in federal court, claiming that sheriff’s deputies ordered them outside a home where they were staying with the owner’s permission, nude, at gunpoint and in handcuffs, without a warrant or probable cause, after someone called in “a suspicious vehicle” parked on the street.

SANTA ANA, Calif. — A man and woman claim in a federal complaint that Orange County, Calif., sheriff’s deputies ordered them outside a home where they were staying with the owner’s permission, nude, at gunpoint and in handcuffs, without a warrant or probable cause, after someone called in “a suspicious vehicle” parked on the street.

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