Grandma With Dementia Forced To Ground By Cops Will Get $3 Million


A 73-year-old woman with dementia who was seen in disturbing body-cam video being pushed to the ground and handcuffed by police in Loveland, Colorado, will receive $3 million from the city to settle a lawsuit brought on her behalf.

Last summer, Karen Garner was accused of attempting to shoplift $14 worth of items from a Walmart. She was arrested while walking down a country road carrying wild flowers and during the arrest she suffered a broken arm.

Garner’s family says she didn’t understand what was happening because of her dementia.


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