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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater has cleared three Highway Patrol Troopers accused of brutality and charged the deaf suspect at the center of that controversial arrest.
Pearl Pearson, 64, was arrested by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol about p.m. After the arrest, pictures of an injured Pearson surfaced online alleging police abuse because Pearson is deaf.
Just a few moments earlier, the driver of a vehicle traveling eastbound on 19th Street in Moore alleges Pearson backed into his vehicle at a red light.
The caller told police Pearson the accident was minor, but Pearson had left the scene.
Wednesday, the results of the criminal investigation reveal the troopers will be cleared of wrong-doing and the deaf man will be charged with a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest.
However, that video is now part of the criminal case against Pearson.Prater said, what he found instead was "a great deal of restraint" on the part of the troopers.The Oklahoma Highway Patrol immediately conducted an internal investigation of the use of force during that arrest.However, after intense media attention the patrol launched a second, criminal investigation into the actions of Pearson and the officers involved.The dash cam video shows the moments before Pearson's arrest as Trooper Eric Foster speed toward Pearson's white SUV, lights and sirens activated, in the area of I-40 and Eastern.
Trooper Foster was one of three troopers called to respond to a call about a hit-and-run incident.