*According to JasmyneCannick.com, the attorney representing Marlene Pinnock, the woman who seen being viciously beaten by a CHP officer on July 1 on the side of the 10 freeway in Los Angeles, has released the identification of the officer involved.
His name is Daniel L. Andrew.
Meanwhile, Pinnock’s attorney, Caree Harper, told KCAL9′s Jeff Nguyen she learned the name with the help of a detention form signed “D. Andrew.”
“Basically his writing was, you know, pretty much all the evidence we needed,” Harper said.
A spokesperson had previously told Nguyen the officer in question in this case was with the department about a year-and-a-half.
The complaint also alleges shocking new details about what happened before the beating was captured on video by a passerby.
Pinnock, 51, says that the defendant approached her and “addressed her by her name” having had contact with him on prior occasions.
She said she became frightened by him as he was “arrogant acting with me,” her suit alleges.
Pinnock said she left the area and heard no commands from the officer. She said she was then violently thrown to the ground and “bamming me in my temples with all the strength he had.”
She also said the officer purposely ripped her dress to expose her bare buttocks to drivers going by on the freeway.
Her complaint also says she continues to fear the officer — or his colleagues — will try to do her harm.
Pinnock, a grandmother, also said the officer lied in his report of the incident when he referred to her as “combative.”
Her complaint also quotes him saying she referred to him as “the devil.”
Read the rest of this report at CBS Local.