As Tamara Seidle was trying to flee, her vehicle crashed into a parked car on Sewall Avenue. Philip Seidle’s car then crashed into hers, and he got out of the car, pulled out his handgun, and approached her car, immediately firing into the driver’s side several times.” It is a tragic and painful reminder that domestic abuse among police families nearly double that of normal families.
Suspect dies after Baltimore cops break his spine in ‘brutal’ police beating. He had to undergo a double surgery on three broken vertebrae and an injured voice box after he was released by the police. He died after days of remaining in a coma. The 27-year old was arrested for an undisclosed violation. The police said that he was restrained on the ground by an officer during the arrest, but appeared to be fine. Cell phone video shows the arresting officers used force that seems “brutal.”