Pfaendler, who leaves tonight with the last remaining federal personnel here for the response to. . A Sahuarita police officer has been dismissed as a defendant in a lawsuit against the town filed by a man arrested at Walmart in 2019. Lt.
Freedom Christopher Austin Pfaendler , Plaintiff, v. Town of Sahuarita, et al., Defendants. No. CV 20-00188-TUC-JCH AMENDED ORDER Plaintiff Freedom Christopher Austin Pfaendler , through counsel, brought this civil rights action pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Defendants Town of Sahuarita and Officers.
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The attorney for a man who said his rights were violated during an arrest at Walmart in August 2019, has refiled a lawsuit against the Town of Sahuarita two weeks after it was dismissed by a judge. U.S. District Judge John C. Hinderaker ruled Dec. 17 that Freedom Christopher.
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