Video Leak Police Presented on US Sports Net by Tactical P.E. Featuring: Body Cam released from Viral Raleigh Police Arrest
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The Raleigh Police Department was aware of the video circulating on social media involving a traffic stop during the January 14 arrest of Braily Andres Batista-Concepcion (DOB 5/5/97). (Continued below.....)
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