Two DCCCD Cops on Administrative Leave After Arrest Video Shows Them Threatening Teens
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Two DCCCD Cops on Administrative Leave After Arrest Video Shows Them Threatening Teens

The Dallas County Community College District has placed two El Centro College police officers on adminstrative leave after a video showing them making a controversial arrest -- purportedly on March 25 -- was posted to YouTube.

The video shows four teenagers forced against a wall outside El Centro. During the video, shot by someone who narrates that he was just outside smoking a cigarette, the kids tell the officers that they were just waiting for a bus to Dallas Can Academy. One of the officers, who's already told one of detained individuals that she will "toss him over that metal [bench] right there," tells another that she "[has] a lot of stuff on her belt that will take care of [him] and I guarantee you that I will be glad to use some of it."

The video clearly does not show the whole incident -- the cameraman cuts things off after about two minutes -- but DCCCD issued the following statement:

"Based on the footage we have seen, the Dallas County Community College District has launched a full investigation to determine all of the relevant facts. In the meantime, both El Centro College officers involved in the incident are on administrative leave."

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