Plus, police misdeeds chronicled and more. Police misdeeds chronicled The Washington Post published on Oct. 14 a lengthy investigation of Little Rock Police Department practices, focusing especially on the arrest of Roderick Talley, who was injured when the LRPD blasted open the door to his apartment during a "no-knock" search warrant. He was then arrested, even though police found only a tiny amount of marijuana in the apartment — not cocaine, as the search and seizure warrant said was believed to be in Talley's residence. Prosecutors later dropped a charge of drug trafficking against him for lack of evidence. After the arrest, Talley checked the personal security system he'd installed in his apartment — due to a history...
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