On Monday, January 27, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington, located at 556 Peninsula Blvd., Hempstead, New York, 11550, David and Mondy Tillery residents of Roosevelt, and parents of Ahmand Tillery and Jahrneir Tillery who are 15 and 14 respectively, will be joined by members of the community and community groups to announce the filing of his Notice of Claim for the actions taken by Nassau County Police in the vicious physical abuse, wrongful treatment, violations of Constitutional rights, false arrest and abuse at the hands of Nassau County Police Officers on January 21, 2020 in Roosevelt as the two young boys were riding their bikes on their way home. The mistreatment of Ahmand Tillery and Jahmeir Tillery by Officers will be the subject of the law suit claiming violations of New York State Law and Federal Laws 42 U .S .C. §§ 1981, 1983, and others. The Nassau County Police negligently, wantonly, recklessly, intentionally and knowingly sought to and did wrongfully deprive Ahmand Tillery and Jahmeir Tillery of terms, conditions and privileges of their status as a citizen, through unlawful abuse of process, misinformation, profiling, character assassination, assault and battery.
On or about January 21, 2020, Ahmand Tillery and Jahmeir Tillery, 15 and 14 year old black males respectively, were wrongfully, without justification or legal cause, stopped, accused, abused, assaulted, battered, harassed, shoved, kneed, slammed, manhandled, falsely charged, arrested, detained, imprisoned, and illegally seized and searched by COUNTY OF NASSAU, NASSAU COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, their agents and employees.
The two brothers were riding their bicycles in route to their home with another friend. when they were violently stopped by members of the Nassau County Police Department. who pulled up in cars and snatched both boys off and away from their bicycles throwing each of them to the ground with great force. The two minors were then physically abused by being slammed to the ground, kneeled on. hit about their bodies, having their arms wrenched behind them, slammed to the hood of a car. wrongfully searched. abusively handcuffed, slammed against the side of a car and then denied the ability to contact. notify or otherwise inform their parents of their whereabouts and what was transpiring.
The press is invited to join David and Mondy Tillery. their attorneys and other members of the community at large on January 27, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington, located at 556 Peninsula Blvd., Hempstead, New York, 11550