Police apologize to Black family they wrongfully detained

The family of five, including several children, were ordered to the ground and some were handcuffed. Police later realized they had mistaken their vehicle for a stolen one from another state.
0:14 | 08/04/20

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Your police and Aurora Colorado are now apologizing to an innocent family of five that was detained ordered the ground the family's black even to children from the ground. Police say they later realize they've mistaken there vehicle for stolen motorcycle. From another state.

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