Criminal Law

Police Union Asks the Miami Sheriff to Reinstate a Former Deputy After Being Acquitted of Rough Arrest Charges

A battle appears to be brewing between the Broward Sheriff’s Office and a former deputy who was found not guilty of using excessive force during a 2019 arrest that garnered national headlines.

The police union representing Christopher Krickovich, the former BSO deputy who was acquitted last week on battery charges for the rough arrest of Delucca Rolle outside of a McDonald’s in Tamarac, is now demanding that he be rehired and put back on the force.

The local chapter of the International Union of Police Associations sent a two-page letter, dated Sunday, to Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony asking him to “reinstate Christopher Krickovich to the position of Deputy Sheriff immediately.”

Read the source article at WSVN 7News

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