Police body camera footage is at the center of a lawsuit filed by The Star against the city of Olathe. The footage shows the police-involved shooting death of 26-year-old Ciara Howard in August.
Police body camera footage is at the center of a lawsuit filed by The Star against the city of Olathe. The footage shows the police-involved shooting death of 26-year-old Ciara Howard in August. Kathy Arnold
Police body camera footage is at the center of a lawsuit filed by The Star against the city of Olathe. The footage shows the police-involved shooting death of 26-year-old Ciara Howard in August. Kathy Arnold

The Star sues Olathe for release of police body camera footage from woman’s shooting

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