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13:40  16 june  2019
13:40  16 june  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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**Embargo: Phoenix, AZ** Parents: Police pulled guns on them after 4 - year - old daughter took a doll from a store in Phoenix. (CNN) — A Phoenix couple is seeking million from the city after a video showed police officers drawing a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly stole a

(CNN)A Phoenix couple is seeking million from the city after a video showed police officers drawing a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly. Soon after they left the store , Ames said the couple pulled into an apartment complex to drop their daughter off at a babysitter.

Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store © Other An officer appears to point a weapon at the vehicle, which contains Ms Harper and her two children A couple in Arizona are suing the state for $10m (£8m) after a police officer pulled a gun on them over their daughter's alleged theft of a doll from a dollar store.

Dravon Ames, 22, and his pregnant fiancee Iesha Harper, 24, say they didn't realise their four-year-old daughter had taken a doll during their visit to a Family Dollar shop in Phoenix.

After leaving the shop, the family drove to their babysitter's apartment complex, where their vehicle was surrounded by police.

Videos of the incident, which happened in late May, show officers telling the couple to put their hands up and get out.

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A Phoenix couple has filed a million lawsuit against the city after a video showed police officers arresting and drawing a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly stole a doll . Dravon Ames and his fiancee, Iesha Harper, had just left a dollar store on May 29 with their daughters

A Phoenix couple is suing the city after police officers reportedly arrested and pulled a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter took a doll from a store . The lawsuit, which seeks million, alleges that the officers committed battery, unlawful imprisonment, false arrest and other civil rights violations.

An officer appears to shout: "I'm gonna put a f****** cap inside your f****** a**, while another moves in front of the camera, pointing a weapon at the vehicle.

When Ms Harper says she is unable to put her hands up because of her accompanying one-year-old and four-year-old children, the officer says: "I don't give a s***, put your hands up".

Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store © Other The family is suing the state over the officer's conduct during the incident

Ms Harper then says: "I can't put my hands up, I have a f****** baby in my arms. I can't, I'm pregnant."

She eventually steps out of the vehicle carrying her one-year-old, while a separate officer walks over and appears to try and take the child from her arms.

According to the family's complaint, the officer had ordered that she place the child on the hot pavement, which she refused to do.

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A Phoenix couple is seeking million from the city after a video showed police officers drawing a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly stole a doll Soon after they left the store , Ames said the couple pulled into an apartment complex to drop their daughter off at a babysitter.

(CNN) — A Phoenix couple is seeking million from the city after a video showed police officers drawing a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly stole a doll from a Family Dollar store . Dravon Ames and fiancee Iesha Harper told CNN they didn’t notice when their daughter walked

The complaint also said the officer told Ms Harper he "could have shot you in front of your f****** kids".

Meanwhile, an officer is seen in other videos pushing Mr Ames against a police car, before kicking his right leg from under him, causing Mr Ames to briefly collapse.

The officer shouts: "When I tell you to do something, you f****** do it," to which Mr Ames replies: "I am, I'm complying with everything you say."

The family's lawyer, Tom Horne, said of the incident: "We're talking about a little doll that's worth maybe $5 and the horrors that came from the overreaction to that."

Phoenix Police Department has said it was "disturbed" by the videos, and has opened an investigation into the incident.

In a statement released on Sunday, the department said the family had acknowledged their daughter may have stolen the doll because "they didn't have any money".

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A Phoenix couple has filed a million against the city after a video showed police officers arresting and drawing a gun on them when their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly stole a toy doll . The couple drove the girls to their babysitter at an apartment complex nearby, where they were stopped and

PHOENIX — A Phoenix couple is seeking million from the city after a video showed police officers drawing a gun on them after their 4 - year - old daughter allegedly stole a doll from a Family Dollar store . Dravon Ames and fiancee Iesha Harper told CNN they didn’t notice when their daughter walked

But officers say Mr Ames also admitted to stealing underwear, and had thrown the package out the window.

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Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store
Police pull gun on couple after 4-year-old takes doll from store

He was also found to have been driving on a suspended licence.

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said she felt "sick" after watching the video of the altercation, and that it was "completely inappropriate and clearly unprofessional".

She added: "There is no situation in which this behaviour is ever close to acceptable."

"As a mother myself, seeing these children placed in such a terrifying situation is beyond upsetting."

Ms Gallego then promised to push forward the implementation of body cameras on police officers, and to call a community meeting over the incident.

Police say the shop manager has ultimately decided not to press charges, meaning no arrests were made.

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