(WSB-TV) A lawyer for the family of a Florida man who died after sheriff's deputies used stun guns on him multiple times says the deputies should have stopped once the man stopped struggling.
Body camera video, obtained by Channel 2’s Mark Winne, shows Coweta County sheriff's deputies struggling to subdue 32-year-old Chase Sherman in the back of an SUV along Interstate 85 last Nov. 20.
The deputies responded after Sherman's mother called 911.
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She told the dispatcher that she was in a car with her husband, her son and her son's girlfriend. She said her son was "freaking out" and had taken a synthetic drug known as Spice.