BK man plans police brutality lawsuit

Jabber Campbell claims that police came to his apartment last Saturday night over a noise complaint. He says officers returned early Sunday despite him turning

Jabbar Campbell says officers raided his Crown heights apartment, beat him and yelled anti-gay slurs.

Jabbar Campbell says officers raided his Crown heights apartment, beat him and yelled anti-gay slurs. (1/17/13)

CROWN HEIGHTS - A Crown Heights man plans to sue for police brutality over claims officers raided his apartment, beat him and yelled anti-gay slurs.

Jabber Campbell claims that police came to his apartment last Saturday night over a noise complaint. He says officers returned early Sunday despite him turning down his music. According to Campbell, the officers raided his apartment and beat him while yelling anti-gay slurs.

Campbell claims that one officer can be seen on video disabling a security camera prior to the alleged attack.

Officials say Campbell pushed an officer and tried to flee the scene, resulting in his arrest for resisting arrest and attempted assault.
 

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