California Teen Body-Slammed by Cop During Fight Between Teens at High School Football Game
A California cop is accused by a family of wrongdoing after body-slamming a 16-year-old student. According to police, the incident began when they responded to a brawl in the parking lot at a high school in Victorville, California, during a football game. They say an officer had to fire pepper balls at the ground to try to break up the fight. The crowd allegedly started "moving toward the deputy." During the brawl, Faith Jeffers was slammed to the ground by a police officer. Inside Edition's Jim Moret has more.