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The family of 23-year-old Luke Stewart, an unarmed black man who was fatally shot by Euclid police officer Matthew Rhodes in March, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Rhodes and the city in October.Reports said Rhodes encountered Stewart, who was asleep at the wheel of his car, and then tried to push him out when Stewart started the vehicle and began to drive away.Cyberbullying: The definition of harassment in HB216 (2009) includes electronic acts that can reasonably perceived as being motivated by any characteristic of a student, or by the association of a student with an individual who has a particular characteristic defined in the local board’s model policy.Harassment may take place on school property, on a school bus or a school-sponsored function.It prohibits reprisal, retaliation or false accusation against a victim, or other person who has reliable information about an act of harassment, violence or threat of violence.HB216 (2009) states that it is the sole responsibility of the affected student, or parent or guardian of the affected student, to report incidences of harassment to the principal or his or her designee.
Euclid eventually hired a special prosecutor, who dropped the first three charges in September. The theft charged stemmed from Amiott's allegation that Spencer had tried to steal his Taser, Fox8 reports.'He also charged him with criminal damaging because when they were tasering him numerous times part of a piece of plastic broke on the taser..apparently Officer Amiott said his sunglasses got broken during what was essentially a beat-down on Erimuis,' Spencer's attorney told Fox8.
The officer said he struggled with Stewart and then shot him because he feared the car would crash.
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Spencer also allegedly had less than one gram of marijuana on his person.
In Ohio, this is only punishable by a fine of up to 0.
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