No criminal charges against South Boston police officers in connection to Lambert's death
HALIFAX COUNTY (WSLS 10) — Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney Tracy Quackenbush Martin announced on Tuesday that South Boston Police Officers Tiffany Bratton, Clifton Mann and Travis Clay will not face any criminal charges in connection to the death of Linwood Lambert.
The three used stun guns repeatedly on Lambert before his 2013 death
The decision comes nearly three years after Lambert's May 4, 2013, death, which was thrust into the spotlight last year after the release of police car dash and hospital surveillance videos that showed the officers using their stun guns multiple times on Lambert, even after he was restrained in handcuffs and put in the back seat of the patrol car.
There is still an on-going federal investigation and federal civil case regarding this case.
Click here to read the full 76-page report prepared by Halifax County Commonwealth's Attorney Tracy Quackenbush Martin regarding the decision to not charge South Boston police officers in connection to the death of Linwood Lambert.
Copyright by WSLS - All rights reserved