DIPSHIDIOT KELLER POLICE BODY CAM OF ARREST

Body cam video shows police pepper spraying a handcuffed man after the man filmed an arrest

Keller police arrest, pepper spray man when he films son’s arrest over traffic violation

A man was pepper sprayed in the face, arrested and denied medical attention in after he filmed a Keller police officer arrest his son for a traffic violation in August 2020. By Keller Police

A man was pepper sprayed in the face, arrested and denied medical attention after he filmed a Keller police officer arrest his son over a traffic violation in August.

On Aug. 15, two officers with the Keller police department pepper sprayed Marco Puente directly in the eyes while they pinned him to the ground and handcuffed him. The entire incident was video recorded on multiple dash cam and body worn cameras. The Keller police chief apologized for his officers’ behavior two days later and said they were in the wrong, according to a federal lawsuit Puente and his attorneys filed against the officers in Fort Worth District Court on Dec. 15.

“I could ask ‘why?’ to basically every choice they made,” attorney James Roberts said about what the suit calls the officers’ “excessive force” against Puente. One officer was demoted

Marco Puente, an emergency electrician from Keller, sat in the back of a police car for nearly 20 minutes begging for someone to wipe the pepper spray from his eyes.

“It was a terrible feeling,” Puente said. “It was claustrophobic, I couldn’t breathe. I was hot, burning. In the police video you can hear me yelling for help, and saying, ‘Give me something to alleviate this.'”