Janee Harteau

DOJ To Conduct Investigation Into 4th Precinct OccupationCity leaders in Minneapolis have requested federal authorities in the Department of Justice to conduct and investigation into the November occupation of the police department's 4th Precinct.
Mpls. Police Union Files Grievances Over 2 Officer FiringsFor the second time in less than a week, we are learning of a Minneapolis police officer who has been fired -- and the department will not say why. Officer Blayne Lehner, the subject of a police brutality lawsuit in federal court, was let go last Friday.
Mpls. Police Officer Fired After Misconduct AllegationsWCCO has learned a second Minneapolis police officer has been fired over accusations he went too far during an arrest. Officer Blayne Lehner was on the force for nearly twenty years. He also served as a director on the board of the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis.
Mom Urges Community To Step Up In Search For Terrell Mayes' Killer It's been almost four years since 3-year-old Terrell Mayes Jr. was shot will running for cover from gunfire outside his north Minneapolis home.
MPD Looking At Ways To Strengthen Community ConnectionsThe Minneapolis police department has a new approach to strengthen the relationship between law enforcement and the community. City leaders, including Mayor Betsy Hodges, heard the plan Wednesday morning.
Gov. Dayton Calls For 4th Precinct Protesters To 'Move On'At a groundbreaking event for a new work center in north Minneapolis, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday that he is proposing $15 million in a one-day special session to address racial disparities on the city’s north side.
Civil Rights Groups Says It’s Gathered 70,000 Signatures For The Release Of VideoA national civil rights group says it’s amassed nearly 70,000 signatures demanding that leaders in Minnesota release video of the Jamar Clark shooting.
MPD Chief, Union Head Spar Over 4th Precinct Protests On WCCO RadioTwo city law enforcement leaders exchanged heated words on live radio Friday afternoon.
2 Arrested Thursday At 4th Precinct During ProtestsFor the sixth day, protests continue outside Minneapolis' 4th precinct. Protesters continue to demand answers in the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Jamar Clark.
Minneapolis City Leaders Discuss Black Lives Matter ProtestsMinneapolis' mayor, police chief and two city council members faced the media Thursday afternoon to discuss the on-going protests in the city's Fourth Precinct. Thursday is the fifth day of protests over the death of 24-year-old Jamar Clark, who was fatally shot by a Minneapolis Police officer last weekend.
Police Remove Black Lives Matter Protesters From 4th Precinct; Standoff EnsuesMinneapolis police have removed Black Lives Matter protesters, vacating the property outside of the 4th precinct and taking down the "Black Lives Matter" banner from above the door. Groups have been camped out in response to the fatal officer-involved shooting of 24-year-old Jamar Clark for almost four straight days.
Police Union: Jamar Clark Reached For Officer's Gun Before ShootingUnion officials with Minneapolis police say an investigation shows Jamar Clark was reaching for an officer's gun when he was shot early Sunday morning in north Minneapolis. The police union also says Clark was not handcuffed when the shooting took place and handcuffs were never on.

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