# pleads guilty
13 months after prosecutors say Luis Santos-Santiago unlawfully stopped a Black teenager in a Seffner neighborhood, he agreed to take a plea deal. Santos-Santiago pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of assault with prejudice, an enhancement, making it a first-degree misdemeanor.
Prosecutors said Santos-Santiago saw the victim riding a bicycle wearing a backpack and illegally stopped the victim, threatening violence. Santos-Santiago recorded part of the encounter on his cell phone and called 911.
“I have somebody breaking into cars, we got it on video. I got him with his hands up. I’m an off-duty officer,” Santos-Santiago told the operator.
Man pleads guilty after stopping Black teen riding through neighborhood–video
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