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Soheil Jesse Verdi
BOZEMAN — A judge has found Bozeman police intentionally erased a portion of an audio recording made during a welfare check on a man who claims officers used excessive force against him.
The Bozeman Police Department is asking a federal judge to reject a call for sanctions against the force for allegedly covering up details of a police stun gun incident that left a man with serious head injuries, according to court documents.
BOZEMAN - A man who filed a lawsuit against the Bozeman Police Department contending two officers used a stun gun on him without justification and left him with a serious head injury has filed additional motions contending police conspired to cover up what happened.