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Christopher Krickovich Wiki: 10 Facts You Need to Know

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Broward County sheriff’s deputy Christopher Krickovich is on “restricted administrative assignment” after a video surfaced that appears to show him slamming a teenage boy’s head into the ground and then punching the teen in the head.

The video of the Thursday incident appears to show one Florida deputy spraying pepper spray in the face of a teen boy. As the teen appears to walk away with his hands on his face, the deputy follows him, grabs him and slams him to the ground.
Another deputy then jumps onto the boy’s back, slams his face into the pavement more than once and punches the teen in the head.
In the background, bystanders can be heard yelling “What are you doing?” and “He’s bleeding.”
The video, which has since gone viral on social media, has sparked outrage over the deputy’s conduct.
Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony released a video statement Friday saying there would be a “thorough investigation” into the incident.

10 Facts You Need to Know

  1. Deputy Krickovich: Teenage Students Had Been Fighting in the Plaza; Deputies Had Broken Up a Physical Altercation the Previous Day & Were Dispatched to Prevent Another Fight
  2. The video of the Thursday incident appears to show one Florida deputy spraying pepper spray in the face of a teen boy
  3. The Broward County Sheriff’s office said on its website that the Division of Internal Affairs is investigating the incident.
  4. Krickovich wrote in the report that he saw the big crowd of 200-plus students “converging on the two of us,” so he jumped on the boy with the red tank top
  5. Krickovich said he punched the boy in the head “as a distractionary technique to free his right hand” from under his face.
  6. Broward Mayor Mark Bogen released a statement Friday condemning the actions seen in the video.


 

  1. Bogen said he also had a problem with the deputy who threw the boy on the ground after pepper spraying him.
  2. Celebrities also reacted to the video on social media on Saturday.
  3. The 15-year-old boy, who has not been identified, was taken Coral Springs Medical Center, cleared and then taken to Juvenile Assessment Center
  4. In the background, bystanders can be heard yelling “What are you doing?” and “He’s bleeding.