An attorney for Randal Ray Worcester, 27, who was beaten during an arrest in Mulberry, Arkansas Sunday, said he is now out of the jail in the county where the “horrendous” arrest happened.
And an attorney for two deputies has responded to the video that shows the arrest and beating of Worcester.
Worcester was punched multiple times and kneed in the side during an arrest caught on video. Deputies Levi White and Zack King and Mulberry police officer Thell Riddle are seen in the video on top of Worcester.
David Powell, a Fort Smith attorney, said family members helped Worcester post $15,000 bail and walk out of the Crawford County Jail Monday afternoon.
“Our primary goal was to get him out, to get him out of the same detention center in the same county where he endured what we all saw on the 30 second clip,” Powell said.
Russell Wood, a Russellville attorney, released a statement Monday on behalf of White and King, the two deputies in the video. He said the sheriff’s department has more video that has not been released.
“There is another video from the Mulberry Police Department’s patrol unit that shows the full, unedited version of events that occurred and this has not been released,” Wood reports.
Deputy White was responding to a