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A 14-year-old boy got into a fight at a school bus stop and the school district's police officer responded by shooting him to death

SAN ANTONIO (CN) - A 14-year-old boy got into a fight at a school bus stop and the school district's police officer responded by shooting him to death, the boy's mother says in Federal Court. She says the cop had been reprimanded 16 times in the previous 4 years, suspended without pay 5 times, and "recommended for termination for insubordination," but the school kept him on the force "without remedial training."
     Denys Lopez Moreno sued the Northside Independent School District, of San Antonio, the district's Chief of Police John Page and the alleged shooter, Daniel Alvarado.
     Lopez says her son, Derek, got into a fight with another boy at a school bus stop and punched the other boy once, in November 2010.
     "Defendant, Alvarado, having responded to a call regarding a bus with a flat tire, witnessed Derek strike the other boy. He ordered Derek to 'freeze.' Derek hesitated and then ran from defendant Alvarado," according to the complaint.
     "In his patrol car, Alvarado began chasing Derek in the neighborhood across the street from the high school. Alvarado lost sight of the boy in the neighborhood and returned to the location of the school boy fight. At that time, he called dispatch. Dispatch recordings reflect that his supervisor directed Alvarado to stay with the other boy and to 'not do any big search over there.'
     "Ignoring his supervisor's orders to 'stay with the victim and get the information from him,' Alvarado placed the second boy into the patrol car and sped into the neighborhood to search for Derek."
     Lopez says her son jumped over a fence and hid in a shed in the back yard of a house. The homeowner saw him, called 911, and alerted a neighbor, who pointed Alvarado in Derek's direction. Lopez says her son never left the shed, never approached the house or threatened the homeowner or her daughters, and posed no threat to anyone.
     Nonetheless, she says: "In violation of NISD police department procedures, Alvarado drew his weapon immediately after exiting the patrol car. With his gun drawn, he rushed through the gate and into the back yard. Within seconds from arriving at the residence, Alvarado shot and killed the unarmed boy hiding in the shed." more


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Comment by Mr.Terry Calhoon on September 16, 2011 at 11:52pm
Vile Swine
Comment by luggnutz on September 15, 2011 at 12:25pm
Comment by luggnutz on September 15, 2011 at 12:23pm


Comment by DallasBC on September 13, 2011 at 11:09pm

Good luck,  we face this crap in BC Canada, police beat

, murder ect. sent home with pay until investigation complete,, figure that one...

Comment by Metalchemist on September 13, 2011 at 10:18pm
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Put this idiot (pseudo cop)  in jail and let the convicts take care of buisness.

Lawsuit time!!!!!!!!! $$$$$$$$$$$ That will NOT bring their son back though.

Comment by truth on September 13, 2011 at 7:23pm
Pretty sad, roid rage ? Grand jurry time!
Comment by SJ on September 13, 2011 at 1:16pm


That poor kid.

When I was 14, I probably had some kind of a scrap about once a week.


So we have yet another out-of-control leo in an epidemic of out-of-control leo's.

When did that badge become a combination hunting license and get-out-of-jail-free  card??

And why, with his record, was this guy still on the job.

It's inexcusable.

I hope a jury hangs them all.





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