Want to support? – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr36b7c1t0Tz0fDnpf7tHow/join Tiburon police Chief Michael Cronin announced his retirement Tuesday as the community continued to reel over a controversial confrontation between police and a Black-owned business owner in town.
In this instances, when 3 people are in a store and the lights are on, the officer should be gathering as much evidence as possible before rushing in. He may see them attempt to break a cash register. At this point it could be a rogue employee that can justify his reason for being there to the owner, but now they interrupted any potential to gather evidence.
The town should have keyholder information when a business starts up. The owner is clearly defensive for some reason and it’s unsure why. This video may encourage police officers to not check on businesses. Most business that get broken into have glass broken or doors pried open.
@00:04 Radio Traffic
@00:40 First Contact
@01:00 first point of argument
@04:50 supervisor arrived
@06:40 supervisor becomes upset
@09:50 another citizen yelled its his store