EUCLID, Ohio — Euclid metropolis officers and group leaders have deliberate a “peace march” within the wake of a number of controversial incidents involving the town’s police division.
The march, entitled “Peace, Love and Unity in Euclid,” will start Sunday at four p.m. at Metropolis Corridor. The march will finish with the set up of a peace pole at Triangle Park, based on a information launch.
The town’s police division got here beneath hearth just lately for 2 excessive-profile incidents. Officer Michael Amiott was suspended with out pay after he was caught on video punching Richard Hubbard III throughout an Aug. 12 visitors cease.
Weeks later, a Cuyahoga County grand jury determined to not deliver felony costs towards Officer Matthew Rhodes, who fatally shot Luke O. Stewart throughout a March thirteen wrestle.
Demonstrators protested at Euclid Metropolis Council conferences within the wake of these incidents.
The flyer saying Sunday’s peace march doesn’t make reference to these incidents or the police division.
These within the march can contact Taneika Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (216) 609-4609.
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