Officer Steven Hart was on a team of officers dispatched to check on the well-being of 68-year-old Kenneth Chamberlain after his medical alert device went off.
The lawsuit blames White Plains and eight members of its Police Department for excessive force, wrongful death, conspiracy and more in the death of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr.
A grand jury found no reasonable cause to vote for an indictment in the Nov. 16 killing of Kenneth Chamberlain, Westchester County prosecutors said.
How did a call for help lead to police killing a man in his home? A grand jury in Westchester County was considering the case Monday involving White Plains Police, a medical false alarm, and the fatal shooting of a former Marine.
The lawyer for the family of shooting victim Kenneth Chamberlain said he’d like to see an indictment against White Plains Officer Steven Hart.
After a response to a medical alert device ended in the shooting death of a 68-year-old man at the hands of the White Plains police, the son of the dead man is seeking more transparency.
A call from a medical alert pendant quickly became anything, but routine at the apartment of 68-year-old Kenneth Chamberlain.
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