- Apr 4, 2020
Aurora Police Defend 'Stand Down' Orders; Twice Walked Away From Arresting Man Who Terrorized Apartment Residents
A CBS4 investigation has found Aurora police officers twice walked away from arresting a 47-year-old man who was terrorizing residents of an apartment complex.
This is what some of you wanted with police reform, right? Convicted felon free to terrorize an apartment complex for two days, including
- exposing himself to kids
- throwing a rock through a window
- brandishing a golf club
- vandalizing a vehicle with spray paint
“He destroyed everything I had that was breakable. They tased him then they left when they should have arrested him. There’s a man in our house trying to do whatever damage he can do with a golf club and he’s not stable and you just leave? I’m speechless, I’m speechless. I don’t know what to say,” said Raffa.
At least the guy wasn't shot and killed, or otherwise "brutalized", right? At least his life and well-being matters more than the property and well-being of neighbors, right?
This is a good thing, right?