Police Officer Cedric Greer Arrested For Battery – Turned In By Police Cadet

Albuquerque Police Department officer, Cedric Greer, 24 – was arrested by New Mexico State Police Friday evening. State police say Greer “battered an individual during a call for service that he was conducting at a local Albuquerque hotel. He struck the individual’s head several times with a closed fist and then delivered several strikes to the individual’s chest causing bruising. Witnesses claimed the individual was cooperative with Mr. Greer before and after the battery.” There is video evidence that Greer turned his lapel camera off before the alleged beating, then turned it back on afterward. His lapel camera captures his finger turning the camera off.

An arrest warrant was issued for Greer on misdemeanor aggravated battery charges. State police say he turned himself in at the state police office in Albuquerque at 5:30 p.m. Friday and was booked at the Metropolitan Detention Center.
He was booked with a $5000 cash/surety bond. APD spokesperson Celina Espinoza released the following statement regarding the charges Friday evening:

“The Department received a copy of the New Mexico State Police report late this afternoon and is reviewing the report. APD’s internal investigation concerning this matter is ongoing. The officer involved is currently on Administrative Leave. We also promise a full and thorough investigation into this matter.”

A cadet originally reported the incident to APD. In a news conference on April 16, Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg discussed how the community was in crisis and needed more people to “step up” and tell the truth. She then deviated into a story about the cadet who reported the two APD officers. State police say Brandenburg’s office will handle the case. The office was disqualified April 9 from prosecuting open murder charges against two APD officers charged with killing a homeless man last year. Brandenburg told KOB Friday she had just received the case and said she and her office will review it on Monday.

After releasing the allegations in a YouTube video April 13 – not in a news conference with media present, as is customary – then refusing to answer any questions from local media, APD Chief Gorden Eden and the department came under fire for not practicing the transparency and openness they preach is necessary.

 

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