Highland Park police held a press conference on Thursday afternoon to release additional information and police body cam footage from an incident involving Detroit DJ and producer Moodymann, who posted a now-deleted video showing a confrontation with law enforcement earlier this week.
Highland Park police Chief Chester Logan says the incident took place at approximately 10:24 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 12 at the 16000
In the footage, Dixon unlocks the vehicle and is seen being frisked and put in handcuffs. Officers then
Police are then shown arguing with Dixon that he should have immediately told the officers that he had a CPL. In the footage, Dixon is heard saying that he was trying to "figure out what was going on" and that the police officers "scared the shit out of me."
Logan admits that he "sees some problems" regarding the behavior of the Highland Park
Dixon was taken into custody but has been released. He was issued several misdemeanor citations, which Highland Park Police did not comment on.
Logan, an African-American male who has been in the force for nearly 50 years, says he does not believe that racism played a factor in the incident.
Editor's note: The article previously attributed the Highland Park Chief of Police as Chief Chester Larson. The article has been updated to reflect the correct name.
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