FBI investigates whether Oklahoma City police violated man's civil rights
BY JULIANA KEEPING NewsOK.com
Friday, November 02, 2012
OKLAHOMA CITY - The FBI will determine whether the civil rights of a man who died in Oklahoma City police custody were violated, the police chief confirmed Thursday.
Robin Leander Howard, 54, died in June after a physical confrontation with patrol officers Jeff Coffey and Doug Grady.
Flanked by two of Howard's sisters and his mother outside the police department, attorney David Slane said the family had a productive two-hour meeting Thursday with Chief Bill Citty.
Citty told the family the FBI became involved in the case early on.
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Robin Howard Howard, shown in 1999, died June 23 in police custody.