Officers Leave Kansas City Police Department After Controversial Excessive Force Charge

Police work can get thick very quick and the politics of this case don't really fit anybody's narrative.

That's why the context of the allegations deserve consideration . . . Real talk: The "rough" arrest involved a trans lady in the midst of an anti-Asian tirade and threatening shop owners who were much smaller than her in stature and terrified for their lives.

Initial court documents say the two officers slammed her face against a concrete sidewalk, kneed her in the face, torso and ribs and forced her arms over her head while she was handcuffed.

Before Breona Hill’s arrest outside Beauty Essence, Barber and Beauty Supply Store on Brush Creek Boulevard, the jury foreman’s statement says Hill was involved in some form of dispute with an unknown third party.

She called 911 for help and also asked the store owner to call 911. When doing so, she began using slurs and insulted the store owner, who asked dispatchers to have her removed from the store.

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2 KCMO police officers accused of assault have left the department

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two Kansas City, Missouri, police officers charged with assault left the department last month. Matthew Brummett's last day of employment with KCPD was Dec. 16. Charles Prichards' last day with the department was Dec. 27.