762 Bodycam video shows police officer hitting suspect in head
A Glendale police officer resigned from his position after an internal police investigation found he used excessive force in taking a unarmed man into custody. The police announced on Wednesday Ofc. Joshua Carroll had handed in his resignation in response to the recommendation that he be fired. The incident happened on June 13, 2019. According to police, Ofc. Carroll showed up at an apartment complex near 43rd and Peoria avenues about a report of a man, later identified as Dulaney, sleeping in his car.Dulaney rolled down the window partially and said he was waiting for a friend. Carroll tried to get information but Dulaney wouldn't give his last name or date of birth. He then starts the car. That's when Carroll pulls Dulaney out of the car and uses his stun gun on him. Carroll then uses the stun gun to hit Dulaney in the back and the back of the head, police said. Dulaney was taken to the hospital where his head wound required staples, police said.