St. Paul Expected To Approve $100K Settlement With Man Tasered In SkywayMusician Chris Lollie says he was sitting in the city's skyway system on Jan. 31 of that year waiting to pick up his kids when a security guard told him he had to leave. He refused, and the guard called St. Paul police.
Federal Judge Declines To Dismiss Lawsuit Over St. Paul Skyway ArrestA federal judge has declined to dismiss a lawsuit from a man arrested by police who used a stun gun against him in St. Paul's skyway system in 2014.
St. Paul Police Release Skyway Arrest VideoWhen Chris Lollie posted a cellphone video which revealed his police encounter on Jan. 31, it left many with a sense of outrage. But the video doesn't show everything that happened leading up to his arrest. On Wednesday, St. Paul Police released two DVDs of silent security camera video from the First National Bank Building.
Recorded Arrest Of St. Paul Man Is Under ReviewCellphone video of a black Minnesota man's arrest is attracting attention eight months after it was recorded, and now a civilian police review board is looking into the incident. Chris Lollie, 28, says he was doing nothing wrong when he was sitting in a St. Paul skyway in January.
Community Meeting Slated To Talk Over St. Paul Skyway Arrest A community meeting was slated for Monday to talk about a video-taped police arrest back in January. Chris Lollie shot a video as St. Paul Police arrested him in the skyway of the First National Bank Building. Lollie was told he was trespassing and refused to show his ID.
St. Paul Mayor Calling For Review Of Skyway ArrestSt. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is calling the video of an arrest made back in January concerning. Now he wants a review. Christopher Lollie shot a video on his cell phone when St. Paul Police arrested him in a skyway in January.
St. Paul Police Fed. Pres: Mayor’s Arrest Statements ‘Inflammatory’ The president of the Saint Paul Police Federation has criticized Mayor Chris Coleman for <a href="http://cbsloc.al/1tLpZu6">statements he made</a> regarding the arrest of a man that was uploaded to YouTube. The incident involving Chris Lollie and three St. Paul Police officers took place on Jan. 31, but it went viral earlier this week after it was put on the popular video site.
Coleman Calls For Review After Arrest Video Appears On YouTubeSt. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is calling for a review after video of an arrest was made public. Chris Lollie shot a video as St. Paul Police arrested him in a skyway in January. It was posted to YouTube this week.
Man Tasered By St. Paul Police Will File ComplaintA musician says he'll file a complaint against police on Friday after he captured his arrest on camera.