A man in Brighton, Colo., is requesting a statement of regret from the city’s police office for cuffing him before his little girl before quickly keeping him in a watch vehicle on Sunday. The explanation, per Denver TV station KDVR: He was playing T-ball in a vacant park.

Matt Mooney said a gathering of officials moved toward him, requested his distinguishing proof and said he was abusing state social removing rules. There are no laws in Colorado forbidding individuals from going to parks, in any case; the recreation center Mooney visited has a sign explicitly permitting social occasions of less than five individuals. Mooney’s 6-year-old little girl and spouse were with him.

Previous city councilman Kirby Wallin happened to be in the region as police bound Mooney, and recorded the occasion with his telephone.

“(My little girl) resembled, ‘Daddy, I don’t need you to get captured,'” Mooney told KDVR. “Now I’m thinking, ‘It is highly unlikely they’re going to capture me, this is crazy.’ I’m advising her, ‘Don’t stress, Daddy won’t get captured. I’ve done nothing incorrectly. Try not to stress over it,’ and afterward they capture me.”

Brighton police have said an examination concerning its treatment of Mooney is in progress.

“The Brighton Police Department is as of now leading an examination concerning a circumstance that happened late this evening at Donelson Park,” the office wrote in a Sunday explanation on Facebook. “This is a functioning examination and we can’t give extra data until the examination is finished.”


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