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The video clearly shows officer William Melendez planting drugs in his victim's car. But the charges against Melendez  says nothing about planting drugs. Such a charge would likely put all cases handled by Melendez in jeopardy.  Melendez has been charged in the past for planting drug evidence and had also been fired from a police department previously for false reporting.
The video clearly shows officer William Melendez planting drugs in his victim's car. But the charges against Melendez
says nothing about planting drugs. Such a charge would likely put all cases handled by Melendez in jeopardy.
Melendez has been charged in the past for planting drug evidence and had also been fired from a police department previously for false reporting.

By Jin Zhao
A former police officer who served in Inkster, Michigan, will face charges after video released on Sunday showed him beating Detroit resident Floyd Dent during an arrest, according to the Detroit Metro Times.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced Monday that officer William Melendez, who was nicknamed “RoboCop,” will be charged with misconduct of office and assault with intent to commit great bodily harm less than murder.

Melendez and His Accomplices Beat a Motorist for No Reason,
then Melendez Plants Drugs in the Victim's Car




“To many people in this region and across this country … police brutality seems to be out of control,” Worthy said.

Two other officers under investigation — Highland Park Police Sgt. Ronald Dupuis and Grosse Pointe Park Sgt. James Volger — will not face charges.

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