Bodycam Video From ‘Use-of-Force’ Arrest in Raleigh, North Carolina

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On January 14, 2020 at approximately 9:30 a.m., Raleigh Police Department officers responded to a report of a hit and run in the 3500 block of Wake Forest Road. Before officers arrived on the scene the suspect vehicle fled the area and was involved in a second hit and run in a parking lot at St. Albans Drive and Wake Forest Road. While fleeing the scene of the second collision the vehicle struck a pole at 4320 Wingate Drive. A short time later, an officer spotted a vehicle matching the description from the three earlier hit and run incidents driving erratically on Navaho Drive. The officer initiated a traffic stop and observed that the driver appeared to be impaired while transporting three passengers. When Mr. Batista-Concepcion ignored repeated commands to place his hands on the wheel, the officer ordered him to get out of the vehicle. Mr. Batista-Concepcion failed to follow the officer’s commands and officers used force to remove him from the vehicle. Braily Andres Batista-Concepcion was subsequently charged with DWI, three counts of Hit and Run, two counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor, Simple Possession of Marijuana, and Resist, Delay and Obstruct.

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27 thoughts on “Bodycam Video From ‘Use-of-Force’ Arrest in Raleigh, North Carolina

  1. Zero wrong with this. He gave him the opportunity to comply and ordered multiple times to put his hands on the wheel in order to stay in the vehicle and have the conversation. He’s the one that kept reaching around, Causing concern. And this is where we are, listen to the folks in the vehicle “this shit right here bra, see how he be treated?“ It’s like she wasn’t even there for the first part where he crashed into somebody and left them injured, which is a crime, then refused to comply with verbal commands and resisted arrest. The driver literally said “he didn’t even give me a chance“ 🤦🏼‍♂️. It’s funny, the female got out of the vehicle, he gave her a verbal command to sit down, she did, and no force was used at that point. Strange how that works.

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