Bryce Masters, 17, who was subdued Sept. 14 by an Independence police officer using a stun gun, has sustained brain damage and significant memory loss but showed enough improvement to have been released Sunday afternoon, his family’s lawyer said Monday.
Bryce Masters, 17, who was subdued Sept. 14 by an Independence police officer using a stun gun, has sustained brain damage and significant memory loss but showed enough improvement to have been released Sunday afternoon, his family’s lawyer said Monday. Photo courtesy of the Masters family
Bryce Masters, 17, who was subdued Sept. 14 by an Independence police officer using a stun gun, has sustained brain damage and significant memory loss but showed enough improvement to have been released Sunday afternoon, his family’s lawyer said Monday. Photo courtesy of the Masters family

Teen hit by police stun gun out of hospital, set to begin rehab

September 22, 2014 02:24 PM