"...The police department continued to investigate Jackson’s role in the Yourse incident, when she resigned from the department, two days after the video was released.
...The association said it supports the due process of Cole but did not support the “violation of Jackson’s legal right.”
...The association claims the context of the video was twisted by the council.
...the association said Yourse provides conflicting information to Cole, including the correct pronunciation of his name, whether or not he has ID on him and if he is a legal resident of his mother’s house. The statement (attached below) reads Cole tried to question Yourse about any outstanding warrants he might have access to which Yourse responded, “not that I know of.”
“Mr. Yourse also stated he is not afraid to go back to prison, which further heightens Officer Cole’s suspicions,” the statements reads.
...Cole said he perceived the phone call to a friend, in which Yourse claimed the police were harassing him, as a safety threat.
During the struggle, both officers reported they felt Yourse grab for items on their duty belts and reported sustaining injuries. Jackson reported Yourse put pressure on her wrist during the struggle...
After Yourse was in custody, Cole and Jackson discovered two active warrants for his arrest. It was also discovered Yourse was charged with breaking and entering into his mother’s house, 2 Mistywood Court, twice in the past.
...Mayor Nancy Vaughan expressed her disdain for the video after it was shown, calling it “brutal” and apologizing to Yourse.
...As for the association’s claims that the council broke the law in releasing Jackson’s video, Hightower responded “Seven of us voted for it.”
City council members also voted unanimously (8-0) to ask the state to revoke Cole’s law enforcement certificate."
The comments at the link are quite illustrative