Cops Make Mistake, Ruin Mom’s Life
Article from Reason by Zuri Davis.
A case of mistaken identity left a Brown County, Ohio, mother without her job or her children.
Aberdeen, Ohio, police are searching for two people accused of trafficking heroin and fentanyl and possessing drug paraphernalia. They identified two suspects a Facebook post on the department’s page, including a woman named Ashley Foster. About a week after making the post, a deputy in Hamilton County found an Ashley Foster outside of a Target.
It was the wrong woman.
FOX 19 reports that the warrant used to arrest the wrong Foster contained the correct picture, birthday, and Social Security number, but had the wrong address. Though Foster insisted that the officers were mistaken, she was still handcuffed. Her two sons were in the vehicle and Foster said that she was not allowed to feed or change her 8-week-old as he cried. Child protective services took her children after the arrest.
Read the entire article at Reason.
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However much insurance coverage the community and it’s police department have, might prove inadequate.
Oh by the way, pardon me for asking but how the hell did Social Security Numbers come into a seeming fiasco?
how are we supposed to trust the police ?
Sue the cops and the city for a huge amount. Maybe you can own that town.
the date is May 1st forliberty.news.. wake up…