The Toledo Police Department released dash-cam video along with external security cam video of a weekend stop which has the community asking questions. On Friday, September 6th, Detectives Jordan Schotter and Jon Gruenberg of the Toledo Police Gang Task Force were focusing on gun crime in the ShotSpotter area when they conducted a traffic stop at Manhattan and Lagrange on a vehicle for illegal window tint. Upon contact with the occupants of the vehicle, it was discovered the driver Quinlan Cook, age 22, had a suspended operator’s license. Due to the suspended license, both occupants, Mr. Cook and his passenger, Jabril Wyley, age 21, were removed from the vehicle. At about that time Jannah Wyley, age 21, the twin sister of Jabril Wyley, approached the stop on foot and was repeatedly asked to back away. Ms. Wyley refused to listen to detectives and began escalating the situation. As detectives attempted to detain Mr. Wyley in handcuffs, he began to resist and Ms. Wyley physically intervened. Detectives took both suspects to the ground and while on the ground, Ms. Wyley struck Detective Shotter multiple times in the face. Detective Gruenberg was able to subdue Ms. Wyley and handcuff her while Detective Shotter held on to Mr. Wyley until additional units arrived. Neither Mr. Wyley nor Ms. Wyley were injured during the incident. Detective Schotter was disoriented after being struck in the face and sustained mild abrasions and contusions not requiring hospitalization.
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