ACLU issues critical report on Pasco police
PASCO, Wash. (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington has issued a critical report on the Pasco Police Department, contending officers lack critical training, services for Spanish speakers are inadequate and the community doesn't have any meaningful input into police practices. The 12-page report was made public at a news conference in Pasco on Wednesday. That's the one-year anniversary of the killing by police of Antonio Zambrano-Montes at a busy intersection. The orchard worker had been throwing rocks at police and passing cars before officers opened fire.