A now-viral video shows the teen leaping from a ledge about 30 feet high and hitting his head Saturday.Witnesses said his friends recorded the stunt that went horribly wrong.The company said it wants to prosecute the teen to the fullest extent of the law.Denver police said the teen has been ordered to meet with detectives in the coming week to discuss what happened.With the gas esthesiometer, mechanical sensitivity remained below normal values for 7 days.Chemical sensitivity to CO was high for as much as 1 day and decreased below normal 1 week later, whereas sensitivity to cold was unaffected.The Hagerstown, Maryland Police Department released body camera footage from an incident on September 18 in which a police officer used pepper spray on a 15-year-old mixed-race girl after she struck a car while riding her bicycle.Civilian footage of the incident posted on Facebook on September 20 by attorney Robin Ficker prompted police to release the body camera footage.
It does NOT mean that they necessarily worked together.
Ficker posted cell phone footage, seen below, that shows the unidentified girl already being forced into a police cruiser while screaming.
As one officer explains to the man filming the scene why the girl is being treated this way, another officer is using pepper spray to get her to move her legs so they can close the door. 105 lbs, was brutalized by Hagerstown police after, she, on her bike, was hit by a car, but refused medical treatment,” Ficker wrote.
After perusing the exhibits, guests can indulge in a tasty treat at Frosty’s Soda Shop — featuring Blue Bell ice cream prepared on the only cold stone in Waco — or take home a Dr Pepper keepsake from Peggy Pepper’s Emporium.
“Happy Peppers” is about an adult brother and sister who wind up living together for the first time since they were kids, after one of them suffers a big loss.
The museum is comprised of three floors filled with information about Dr Pepper and the soft-drink industry at large.