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Columbus police release video, records related to 2012 use of force incident involving Officer Adam Coy

January 12, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Coy was accused of using excessive force during an October 2012 incident involving a Dublin man suspected of drunk driving.

The Columbus Division of Police has released dash camera video, audio recordings and other materials related to a 2012 use of force incident involving Officer Adam Coy.

The newly released dashcam video and audio recordings with internal affairs investigators offer new insight into Coy’s decision to use force during a DUI traffic stop on October 16, 2012.

As the man leans up against the cruiser and Coy attempts to effect an arrest and handcuff the man, Coy slams the man’s head into the hood of the police cruiser at least four times, according to internal affairs investigators.

In the audio of his interview with internal affairs investigators, the questioning officers repeatedly remark to Coy how it does not appear that the man was resisting.

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