Houston police chief to eliminate 'no knock' warrants

"You'll be seeing some policy changes probably sooner rather than later," Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said.
1:14 | 02/19/19

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I see Sony as wanting answers at a town hall meeting Monday on no knock warrants. Emotions running high at the meeting this comes on the heels of revelations that last month's raid on Harding street may have come under false pretense. But Tuttle home was stormed without warning. He is. Acquired. It. Folks calling out to city leaders like chief art Massa battling DA can't log who were there to answer questions viewed. Think your man I'm here to tell you UN don't want mad and I am. Because I've made this is there my life's work. As a policing and I'm here to tell you we're gonna get the bottom she plus the medals saying that no knock warrants are going away and asking the public and community activists to be patient memorial. Forward we will be soon you'll be seeing some other policy changes. Tough question rather than later so we'll have some want this happening and. They achieve also saying it was his administration that uncovered that lead officer lied to get a warrant. And says some good has to come out of this terrible tragedy. And the east and my damn what a no ABC thirteen Eyewitness News.

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