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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Police Recruit Shot In Training Exercise Sues

The police recruit shot and wounded during a Baltimore City police training exercise has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit.

Raymond Gray argues the city was negligent by not ensuring safe procedures. Gray was shot in February at the former Rosewood Center in Owings Mills when instructor William Kern allegedly fired his live weapon to scare Gray away from a window.

In his lawsuit, Gray argues the training site was dangerous and the city was negligent in not ensuring safe procedures were followed. The lawsuit seeking millions of dollars in damages names as defendants the individual officers involved, the Police Department and the city. It was filed in Baltimore City Circuit Court on Friday.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The recruit should not have been near the window. WTF, let the academy do what it needs to do. Cops need to be tough!