UPDATE: Chief supports Niles officers accused of brutality
NILES, Mich. -- The Niles Police Chief said he stands behind his officers accused of police brutality.
It is an update to a story we first broke on Saturday night.
Neighbors said cops tasered and beat William Parker with a flashlight all because he wanted to ride with his mother in an ambulance.
On Tuesday, we talked with Parker's brother-in-law. He told us he made a citizen's complaint with the chief and that Parker is meeting with a lawyer on Wednesday.