Meanwhile, the hospital that Andre Gladen was at hours before he was shot has made no comment.
Andre Gladen, a father of five who suffered from schizophrenia, was shot dead on Sunday by Officer Consider Vosu of the Portland Police Bureau (PPB), after an altercation in a home. Records confirm that he visited the emergency room of Adventist Medical Center in Southeast Portland a few hours before his death.
Portland Police have been under federal investigation for use of excessive force.
Andre Gladen, 36, had been in the hospital a few times after experiencing hallucinations, including trying to break into a car that he believed was on fire with his brother and cousin inside, his twin brother, Fonte Gladen, said.
He suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and was also legally blind. On Sunday, he was killed, instead of being helped, by police.
"It was two armed deputy sheriffs and a coach that tackled me over the Snickers, and I was scared," Asah Glenn said.
Asah Glenn, a 14-year-old freshman at Alcovy High School in Covington, Ga., was allegedly brutally manhandled by deputies and a coach at his high school for taking a Snickers bar out of an open vending machine.
According to Cobb County Police Chief Mike Register, "All he was doing was holding the young man by the arm."
North Carolina Mugshot Makes an Officer Look Like He's Choking the Defendant: Is it Excessive Force?
Now the officer is being investigated.
A controversial photo was shared on social media and it has caused some major concerns for Stanly County residents. A mugshot shows an Oakboro police officer with his hands around a man's neck.
Sgt. Henrietta Middleton shouldn't have had to disclose that she was a cop in order to be treated with respect.
Officers had been called to Custom House Avenue, outside Norma Jean's club on the Block, at around 1:20 a.m. Sunday for a report of a disorderly patron, police said.
"Sweetheart, the last thing I want to do is tase you like that," the officer told the girl.
The "imbalance in violence against African Americans by police officers is particularly rampant in the State of Wisconsin," Sterling Brown's lawsuit states.
NBA Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee and multiple local police officers after they used a stun gun on him for a parking violation, and for an officer's inappropriate memes on social media regarding the incident.
No body or dash cams, a newly sworn in officer and no consideration.
Three hours on the job in East Pittsburgh, Penn., and a white officer's first response is to shoot multiple rounds into unarmed Antwon Rose, a Black 17-year-old, running away. The officer didn't run after the teen or Tase him, but instead cuffed an almost lifeless body. Rose died on the way to the hospital.
Police racism gets rewarded.
James Frascatore, the NYPD officer who slammed James Blake, former tennis pro, to the ground back in 2015 because he thought he was a scammer, received a five-day punishment from Police Commissioner James O'Neill.
White theater manager uses white 911 privilege. Police do their thug thing on a 14-year-old.
Public safety resources have been wasted again — this time, on a teen's sagging pants.
A Cineworld movie theater's manager in Wichita, Kan., called the police on Alonzo Taylor, a Black 14-year-old, when he didn't pull up his pants quickly.
After slamming Blake to the ground in 2015 in an alleged case of mistaken identity, NYPD officer James Frascatore now claims he has been painted as "a racist and a goon."
Two years ago, former tennis star James Blake was mistaken for a suspect in an NYPD fraud investigation and tackled and handcuffed by an NYPD plainclothes officer. Now, after the release of Blake's book "Ways of Grace," where he speaks openly about the incident, the officer, James Frascatore, is defending himself with a vengeance, claiming Blake portrayed him as "a racist and a goon."