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State Trooper Charged With Felonies for Involvement With Teenagers in Elsmere

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Trooper Dempsy Walters now faces numerous charges after he reportedly turned his body cam off and brutally assaulted a 15-year-old, fracturing his orbital socket after an apparent ‘prank’. The 15-year-old boy had gone up to Walters’s front door and banged on it while covering his face. Walters’s girlfriend, who was supposedly the only one home reported the action. Later when Walters tracked down the boy “almost immediately upon arriving” Walters dropped his knee into the back of the kid’s neck, causing him to scream in pain. Multiple reports state that after the 15-year-old was put into the police car, Walters proceeded to turn off his body cam, walk to where the kid was, and strike him in the face, thus resulting in the fractured eye socket. But to people’s surprise, this isn’t the only time Walters has caused such a ruckus and violence. Walters is also being charged for verbally and physically abusing a 17-year-old in his own neighborhood, as stated by officials. Trooper Dempsy Walters has been suspended without pay, but is this all he deserves? What do you think, reader?

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Hi, my name is Mia McKinnon and I'm an 11th grader at CSS. I decided to join journalism because I've always loved to read, write, and share the truth with others because I believe that people should know the full picture of everything, good or bad. I will do my best to provide that to the Conrad Howler. My pathway is Physical Therapy, and I enjoy reading about world issues and learning about how to solve them. I look forward to this year in journalism, it will give me and many others the joy and creativity to help people look through a different lens to see another side of the picture the world paints for us.

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