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The ongoing marches come a year after a series of protests in Phoenix when the arrest of Dravon Ames went viral.

Phoenix police officer fired after viral confrontation with Dravon Ames, Iesha Harper

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The Phoenix Police Department has announced it will release new information surrounding the Christopher Meyer/Dravon Ames case via their Facebook page now:

Dravon Ames arrested on suspicion of driving with a suspended license, say DPS officials

According to DPS, Dravon Ames was stopped on I-17 near McDowell Road for driving 85 mph in a 55 mph zone. He was also cited for a child restraint violation.

DPS: Dravon Ames arrested, accused of driving on suspended license

Texts show the Phoenix Police Department may pursue criminal charges against the cop who was caught on video threatening to shoot Dravon Ames in the head.

PLEA also confirmed Phoenix officers were not aware of DravonAmes' prior arrest in Tempe when they threatened to shoot Ames and his family for shoplifting.

Three women, including the sister of Dravon Ames, a man involved in a controversial Phoenix police shoplifting incident that stirred outrage, were taken into custody after they refused to remove out of the street to allow traffic to pass.

Dravon Ames shows injuries after Tempe police release 2018 arrest video

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A Black couple who were held at gunpoint by Phoenix police in front of their children after their 4-year-old allegedly stole a doll rejected apologies from the city's mayor and police chief, calling them insincere. Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper want the officers involved fired.

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"I was very much so in fear for my family’s life and my life," says Dravon Ames, who was captured in a viral video of him and his family being held at gunpoint by police officers in Phoenix, Arizona. "I thought we were all going to be executed."

"My daughters are traumatized," says Dravon Ames, after police pulled guns on his family because their 4-year-old allegedly stole a doll. "They'll never look at police officers the same, when they're supposed to help them and serve and protect."

Dravon Ames, the father who was seen in a viral video being held at gunpoint by Phoenix police along with his family, explains what went through his head. "I don't know if I'm being mugged, robbed, or anything," he says. "I'm just hands up. I'm not trying to die with my family."

"My daughters are traumatized," says Dravon Ames, after police pulled guns on his family because their 4-year-old allegedly stole a doll. "They'll never look at police officers the same, when they're supposed to help them and serve and protect," Ames said.

Dravon Ames, 22, told councilmembers that he and his family "could have lost their lives over something senseless ... over a 4-year-old taking a doll."

A Phoenix couple says they feared for their lives when police drew guns on their family. The parents, Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper, as well as their attorney, join Full Circle to discuss the encounter & their next steps. Tune in on Facebook Watch:

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“This is a right to carry state. But when it comes to police your best asset is your cell phone. Keep your phone locked and loaded” a community members says as activists & family surrounds Dravon Ames & Iesha Harper whose treatment by #PhoenixPD  has the Chief apologizing

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Parents Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper say Phoenix officers injured their 1-year-old daughter, kicked and punched Ames for no reason and pointed guns at them over a report of a stolen toy doll.

Dravon Ames, the father seen in the viral video of Phoenix police officers pulling a gun on a family, joins me on #PoliticsNation  w/ activist Jarrett Maupin.

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