Officer Daniel Andrew has been placed on paid administrative leave for beating Marlene Pinnock on the side of a California freeway on July 1, and the California Highway Patrolman, who had to turn over his badge and gun, may be prosecuted for what CHP calls "potentially serious charges."
After an investigation, the California Highway Patrol has forwarded Andrew's case to the Los Angeles County District Attorney where they will review it and decide whether or not to file charges.
"I want some swift action," Pinnock's attorney Caree Harper. "I want some people put in jail right now."
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