A Florida police officer arresting two children, including a six-year-old girl for anger, has been suspended as his department investigates the shocking incidents, the authorities said.
Dennis Turner, school clerk, did not do this Get approval from his commanding officer before catching a 6-year-old and an 8-year-old on Thursday. Orlando Rolon, chief of police at Orlando, told News 6.
Under the department's guidelines, the officer must seek approval for the arrest.  The policeman was reassigned to the reserve officer program and his duties suspended until the result of an internal investigation.
"The Orlando Police Department has a policy that deals with the arrest of a minor and our initial finding shows that the policy has not been followed," Rolon told the outlet.
"As a grandparent of three children under the age of 1
The 6-year-old Kaia role was tied up, f her grandmother Meralyn Kirkland reported that the child was suffering from sleep apnea and at the time of death from lack of sleep suffered outbreak.
"No six-year-old child should be able to tell anyone that they had handcuffs on and drove on the back of a police car and was taken to a youth center to get a fingerprint, mug shot." Kirkland said.
When a supervisor learned of Turner's actions, the arrest was stopped and the child returned to school before being processed, Rolon said.
The 8-year-old, arrested by Turner in another incident, was processed in the juvenile detention center and later released to a relative.
There was no additional information on this incident.