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One of the Stamford officers, who were in plainclothes and carrying firearms, yelled that someone outside was having a heart attack, but the Pomponis did not open the door, the lawsuit stated.
The agreement to resolve the case came after Stamford and Norwalk city attorneys offered a $30,000 settlement earlier this month.
"It was best financial interest of the city to resolve it," Larobina said. Norwalk paid $7,500 of the settlement amount.
Originally posted by sheepslayer247
They should always err on the side of the citizens rights, as they are more important then arresting some criminal.
Originally posted by seedofchucky
reply to post by Aggie Man
"Sure, the "Someone's having a heart attack" is sneaky, but sometimes you have to be creative when trying to apprehend a criminal, as the criminals certainly get creative in their capture avoidance"
yea i'll remember that next time