City Of Salisbury, 3 Police Officers Facing A Lawsuit - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

City Of Salisbury, 3 Police Officers Facing A Lawsuit

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SALISBURY, Md. - Three Salisbury police officers and the city of Salisbury are reportedly facing a lawsuit.

According to documents released to 47 ABC, two Salisbury residents, Addy Brignol and Luckner Neida, along with a Florida resident, Wilson Sain Vilus, claim they were held by police for more than four hours in public view without being told why. The three individuals reportedly do not speak English.

The incident reportedly happened on December 6, 2011 after police received a report of an armed robbery, but the plaintiffs complaint was not formally filed until about two years later on December 4, 2013.

Since then, the city and police, who could not comment, reportedly filed a motion to dismiss, and the plaintiffs then filed an amendment complaint on April 11th.

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