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Sandra Williams points out where the fracture occurred on the arm of her daughter Tamika Williams, 14, in this Jan. 3 file photo. Tamika suffered a fractured arm when confronted by an on-duty Akron police officer at Jennings Middle School. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
A screenshot from a video showing Tamika Williams, an Akron middle school student whose arm was fractured after she was confronted in a hallway at Jennings Career Learning Center by an on-duty Akron police officer assigned to school.
May 18 was like most days for 34-year-old Kimyata “Coop” Cooper Jr. After calling his dad to plan on watching the basketball game later that day, he finished up his work at Salvation Army and headed to the Barberton YMCA to play a game of basketball.