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Civil Judgment Entered Against Evansville Police Department in Excessive Force Case
Civil Judgment Entered Against Evansville Police Department in Excessive Force Case

In March of 2015, Doug Scholp was fifty-five years old and had several medical issues, which required him to use a cane to help him with walking. On March 26, Scholp was driving to his home when two Evansville Police officers observed him speeding. Those officers followed ...

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    In March of 2015, Doug Scholp was fifty-five years old and had several medical issues, which required him to use a cane to help him with walking. On March 26, Scholp was driving to his home when two ...

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