Black family awarded $8 million after being detained and handcuffed by police
A California jury has awarded a black mother and her two daughters more than $8 million after local police detained them at a Starbucks.
The incident happened in September 2019 when Nevada mother Aasylei Loggervale was driving her two daughters to California for college. The trio stopped at a Starbucks in Castro Valley, California, rest and were approached by Alameda County sheriff’s deputies, according to court documents. Two deputies told the women they were looking for suspects in a recent spate of car thefts and asked for their identification, a complaint alleges…
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This is a great outcome for the black mother and her daughters who faced racial profiling at Starbucks. It’s important to see justice served and to hold law enforcement accountable.
Thanks for sharing.