Miami Dade Prosecutor Charges Police Officer In High-Profile Shooting
A North Miami police officer is facing charges for shooting a behavioral therapist in high-profile incident last year.
Miami Dade County’s prosecutor is charging Officer Jonathan Alleda with one count of attempted manslaughter and one count of culpable negligence. The former is a third degree felony. Alleda shot Charles Kinsey while the man attempted to treat a mentally disabled patient who had left a group home. The incident grabbed attention nationwide because Kinsey was shot while lying prone on the ground and holding both hands in the air.