During Brandon Ellingson’s arrest on May 31, 2014, one of his friends took this photograph of him on Trooper Anthony Piercy’s boat.
During Brandon Ellingson’s arrest on May 31, 2014, one of his friends took this photograph of him on Trooper Anthony Piercy’s boat. File photo courtesy of Myles Goertz
During Brandon Ellingson’s arrest on May 31, 2014, one of his friends took this photograph of him on Trooper Anthony Piercy’s boat. File photo courtesy of Myles Goertz

Missouri trooper charged in death of Brandon Ellingson, who drowned in handcuffs

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