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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Relatives of a man who was killed after police entered his home and tased him are struggling to come to terms with how he died.
“They physically pulled him off the couch because, like I said, he was asleep. They pulled him off the couch and they tried to put him on his stomach. He can’t breathe on his stomach. He don’t even lie on the bed on his stomach,” said Donna Randle, the mother of victim Jarmaine Darden, 34.
Zero tolerance officers were executing a search warrant at his southeast Fort Worth house on May 16, searching for cocaine, when according to police reports the incident happened. The same report states that Darden resisted arrest.
But family members said the 350 pound father of two was a chronic asthmatic and had to sleep sitting up.
“He had his hands behind…
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