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Jackson said the officer turned on his flashing lights and he pulled over. That’s when Jackson, who is black, he said the officer kicked him in the face. He fell backward onto the hood of a parked car. The officer then left, he said.
“He came back and punched me in my eye,” Jackson said.
He and others witnessed the incident, but they didn’t want to be identified because of possible repercussions from the Noblesville Police Department.
“I know he was trying to solve the problem, but he created a different problem,” Jackson said. “(His) punishment should be different than how he solved it.”
In a statement, Noblesville Police Chief Jeffrey Lewis said the officer initiated a traffic stop. The car he was chasing then turned into a side street where it struck the parked vehicle.
He said the officer acted properly, and that he “appreciated the cooperation and understanding of the victims.”
“His follow through was not appropriate based on the level of force he utilized,” Lewis said.
The officer who kicked Jackson’s face was later identified as officer Joseph Wanek, who has been with the police department for five years and is assigned to traffic patrol. His name was published in Noblesville Police Department’s Internal Affairs report, which concluded that he used excessive force in the incident.
Wanek is on administrative leave, and the police department is working with the Indiana State Police on the investigation. The Independent Police Review Act, which governs the investigation, must be notified within 10 days.
“As with all officer involved shootings, police officers are trained to conduct themselves in an appropriate and lawful manner under the circumstances,” Wanek’s lawyer wrote in a letter addressed to Noblesville Mayor Scott Fadness. “Specifically, police officers are taught to not use their weapon(s) unless necessary to perform their duties.”
Wanek’s attorney said the Noblesville Police Department set a “dangerous example” for officers by allowing Internal Affairs to investigate