BALTIMORE —A Texas incident involving an encounter between police and teenagers is the latest case making national news. It again underlines the debate about the interaction between police and communities.
A conversation many people are having with their friends and their children is what to do if stopped or confronted by the police.
Protesters rallied Monday outside of an elementary school in McKinney, Texas, calling the Police Department to reprimand officers for their conduct.
After being called to the area for a disturbance, Corp. Eric Casebolt was caught on video running after teens, yelling profanity at them and then pinning a 14-year-old girl to the ground, hitting another girl, and pulling a gun on other teens.