An independent investigation determined that Indiana police Lt. Tom Davidson violated department rules, but lets him keep his job.
The news that Lafayette Police Department Lt. Tom Davidson gets to keep his job comes after the chief of the department revealed the entire command staff had recommended that he be fired.
As Kincade – who has no use of his legs and is confined to a motorized wheelchair – tries to motor around Davidson, who is standing in the way of his wheelchair, he appears to bump the officer’s foot.
At that point, Davidson is clearly seen violently pushing the disabled man out of his wheelchair and onto the street.
‘What the f***,’ the shaken Kincade yelled after the officer pushes him to the pavement.
Kincade was then arrested for battery on a police officer after he was taken away from the scene on a stretcher.
The unfortunate incident occurred near the Excel School, where police were called by school staff after Kincade allegedly told them he had a gun in his backpack.
The responding officers, including Davidson, quickly determined that Kincade didn’t have a gun.
At the request of the school, the officers issued Kincade a warning to not trespass on school property, and then he should have been free to go.
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