The incident happened final week. Clarence Evans shared to his Fb web page video of the incident, which has more than 20,000 shares.
In the video, a Harris County Precinct four constable deputy might be seen holding Evans’ arm and telling him there are warrants for his arrest.
“He do not know my identify, and he’s telling me I’ve a warrant,” Evans is heard telling the individual recording the incident.
“He has a warrant,” the constable deputy stated. “From Louisiana.”
In the course of the five-minute video, regulation enforcement asks Evans for identification, however he does not comply.
“Let me see the ID, and we’ll be executed,” the constable deputy could be heard asking within the video.
A few minutes later, another deputy arrives and confirms Evans just isn’t the individual they’re in search of.
Precinct four issued a press release to Eyewitness News concerning the incident.
“The deputy was there on official business based mostly on a report that a needed fugitive was near the situation. The deputies left once they determined that this man was not the suspect they have been in search of,” stated Chief Deputy Donald Steward.
Evans hired lawyer U.A. Lewis. Precinct four stated neither Evans nor his lawyer have filed a grievance with the department.
Eyewitness Information spoke to two attorneys not related with the case. Each Steve Shellist and Randall Kallinen stated in case you’re not driving and a regulation enforcement member asks for identification, or for you to verbally determine yourself, you are not legally required to take action.
They stated solely in case you are arrested, you’re required to determine your self.
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