Denver leaders and legal experts on Tuesday said police took an overly aggressive stance even before an officer fatally shot a man who had nothing to do with the domestic violence call that drew them to the home. Denver police Sunday night crawled through an upstairs window of a home after the victim had already escaped and spoken with police, reports the city's Post. The facts of the case are so troubling they raise new concerns about police training and protocol, said Elbra Wedgeworth, Denver City Council president. Officer Ranjan Ford Jr. fatally shot Frank Lobato, 63, in . . .
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