Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro sent Hazlett a letter outlining his violation of state law in Timothy Loehmann's hiring process.

"Dumb enough to pull a fake gun, dumb enough to get shot......," Tioga Council President Steve Hazlett posted on Facebook in 2015.

Timothy Loehmann has withdrawn his application to the Tioga Borough Police Department less than 24 hours after a photo went viral showing him being sworn in at the rural Pennsylvania town.

The Ohio Supreme Court's ruling to reject Loehmann's appeal advocating for his reinstatement to the force upheld the city of Cleveland's termination decision from 2017.


Nearly six years have gone by since 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot and killed by a police officer in Cleveland.


An arbitrator ruled that the Cleveland Police Department was justified in firing Tamir Rice's killer, former officer Timothy Loehmann, who doesn't seem to be able to find work anywhere.


The Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association has filed an appeal to overturn the firing of the former cop who killed Tamir Rice.

Details have come out about Officer Frank Garmback's so-called punishment.

Timothy Loehmann was fired for lying on his application with the Cleveland police department, not for killing Tamir, reports say.

Tamir Rice's mother, Samaria Rice, declines to endorse a presidential candidate. Rice explained in a post that none of the solutions she's seen incorporates community input.

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Moved by the failure of a grand jury to indict Timothy Loehmann, the officer who shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice, Maralee Bradley, the White adoptive mother of a Black son, posted an essay on her blog titled To the White Parents Of My Black Son’s Friends. Bradley wrote the controversial piece to share the steps she has taken to […]

Civil rights leaders, community leaders and social media users expressed outrage Monday after a grand jury failed to bring charges against a Cleveland officer in the death of Tamir Rice