FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Fort Lauderdale Police Department has released body cam video of former Trump campaign Manager Brad Parscale being tackled by multiple officers after his wife reported that she feared he may try to kill himself. She told police she heard him fire a weapon a short time earlier but did not strike himself. Police confiscated ten guns from inside his Fort Lauderdale home, according to the police report
From one of the police reports: “On today`s date and time, Officer Loveras and I, Officer Skaggs were dispatched to 2319 Desota Dr. in reference to a suicide attempt in which the reportee stated her husband possibly shot himself. Upon arrival, I made contact with Terry Bethal (realtor) and Candace Parscale, reportee (wife) who were sitting in a parked motor vehicle in front of the residence. Candace advised after a verbal altercation, Bradley manipulated his slide to the rear loading his firearm in front of her. Candace immediately fled residence and stated she heard a loud bang shortly after.”
Two police reports follow, as well as video from the body cam worn by one of the officers engaged in the takedown. Parscale has been “Baker Acted” under Florida law.
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