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Man Sues Cop Who Pulled Gun After He Dialed 911

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Ryan Gould is suing a former Palm Beach police officer, Bethany Guerriero, for pulling a gun on him and improperly arresting him.

The incident occurred after Gould called the police for help when a man pulled a gun on him at his apartment complex’s pool.

Guerriero drew her weapon despite Gould’s compliance with commands, mocked and disrespected him, and later left the scene complaining of health issues. (Trending: Bombshell UFO Footage Released To The Public)

“Before Defendant Guerriero drew her weapon, multiple seconds had elapsed from the moment that Gould grabbed his cell phone from his bathing suit,” the complaint stated.

“Gould had complied with commands, and it was clear that he did not possess a weapon.”

The Palm Beach Police Department fired Guerriero for violating department policies.

“Shut your mouth,” Guerriero told Gould. “I’ve been here for 20 years, punk. I’m in charge. Not you.”

Gould’s lawsuit claims physical injury, emotional damage, mental suffering, lost wages, and other damages, leading him to relocate to Illinois.

His attorney aims to find justice for Gould.

“We look forward to seeking justice for Mr. Gould,” attorney James Slater stated.

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