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The department confirmed the investigation to 7 Action News Wednesday afternoon while declining an interview request. The person behind the cell phone claims a black man was questioned by police for looking "suspiciously" at a white woman as he crossed the street.
The woman who shot the video and narrates it claims the white woman called police while watching the man from her car, which was across the street. A black man who identifies himself to officers as a year-old is shown being questioned by Royal Oak police. The man who says he was walking into Inn Season Cafe at 4th and Knowles in Royal Oak, even apologized to officers for the inconvenience.
Four minutes into the video more officers arrive along with a supervisor. The man was eventually allowed to go. Royal Oak police declined Action News' request for an interview and declined to provide any information on this other than confirming there is an internal investigation. Actions Facebook Tweet .
Black man stopped by police after white woman allegedly said he was staring 'suspiciously' at her Attorney to meet with Royal Oak police Thursday morning. Royal Oak Police apologize to black man stopped after white woman claimed he was staring at her The department confirmed the investigation to 7 Action News Wednesday afternoon while declining an interview request.
Royal Oak Mayor Michael Fournier responded to the incident with the below statement: The city of Royal Oak takes nothing more seriously than our responsibility to provide public safety with the highest level of integrity and transparency. We are passionate about being a city that lives and acts according to our values and one where all people from all walks of life, from all racial and ethnic backgrounds feel not just safe, but welcome and embraced as members of our community.
We absolutely recognize that racial bias exists and we as a community aspire to be among those working every day to combat it. But, this is not just the work of our officers and public officials alone, but all of us, individually and as a community must put in the effort to recognize and come to terms with our own personal prejudices and biases.
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