Bodycam footage shows a controversial hour-long incident between Baltimore Police officers and a man in charge of Baltimore’s police oversight panel who felt he’d been wrongfully stopped.
Marvin McKenstry, the Civilian Oversight Task Force chair, was stopped on April 13 in the 200 block of Aisquith St., where police say he was double parked and refused to pull off — even after a warning.
An officer asked for McKenstry’s license and registration numerous times, but McKenstry refused. Several other officers were called out to assist.
McKenstry eventually handed over his license but admitted he didn’t have the registration.
According to our media partners at The Baltimore Sun, the traffic stop happened after McKenstry left a downtown hearing on the consent decree in U.S. District Court.