Virginia Prosecutor: Trooper Had No Legal to Stop Black Woman

Virginia state prosecutor determined that a state police trooper had no legal basis for pulling over a Black woman
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FAIRFAX, Va. (AP/7News) — A Virginia state prosecutor determined that a state police trooper had no legal basis for pulling over a Black woman he later arrested and has called for an internal police investigation, a newspaper reported Monday.

Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano dismissed all charges against Juanisha C. Brooks, according to the report in The Washington Post. Descano released a statement Tuesday regarding the incident and submitted a letter to Captain Robert P. Chappell Jr. requesting an investigation.

This following a new list of illegal stops in the state of Virginia.

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