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A Boynton Beach police sergeant was found guilty Friday on one count of obstruction of justice in connection with a 2014 beating caught on camera by a PBSO helicopter.

A Boynton Beach police sergeant was found guilty Friday on one count of obstruction of justice in connection with a 2014 beating caught on camera by a PBSO helicopter. Philip Antico was found not guilty on two counts of falsifying records in the beating of Jeffery Braswell. A Boynton

Two former Downstate Correctional Facility correction officers were convicted in federal court Monday of beating an inmate in November 2013, and of falsifying records to cover it up.

Former Downstate correction officers Kathy Scott and George Santiago Jr. were convicted in the beating of then-54-year-old Kevin Moore, on Nov. 12, 2013, according to Joon H. Kim, acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Scott, 43, of Saugerties, and 35-year-old Santiago, of Fremont Center, were each

Cops charge mom with felony for putting recording device in daughters backpack to prove she was being bullied after school refused to do anything.

What happens when their actions to protect their child lead to them facing criminal charges? When the recorder was discovered, her 9-year-old daughter was moved to another classroom, and a month later Sims was charged by police. What do you do?” 10 On Your Side contacted the school district

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