The man who was Tased,
, 40, a double-leg amputee, spent six days in jail on suspicion of domestic violence and resisting arrest, but the
Williams is black, and the two main arresting officers are white, but it's unknown whether race played any role in the incident.
Williams, who was released from jail Friday, said he was manhandled and Tased by police, even though he said he was never physically aggressive toward the officers and didn't resist arrest.
Williams said he was humiliated after his pants fell down during the incident. The officers allegedly left him outdoors in broad daylight, handcuffed on the pavement, nude below the waist. Williams said the
A handful of residents in Williams' apartment complex said they witnessed the incident and supported Williams' charges. A short video clip, shot by a neighbor and obtained by the
In the report, police also say a hostile crowd gathered as the officers tried to perform their duties.
, were arguing when a marked
While one officer spoke with his wife, Williams said, another officer arrived and ordered him, ""Go back to your house!""
Williams, who had his 2-year-old daughter Ginni in his lap, said he rolled his wheelchair back to his apartment.
The officer, who is identified in the police report as
, approached him in the doorway of his apartment. Pinnegar said his wife had accused him of striking her, which Williams denied.
Shortly afterward, police Sgt.
and a worker with
Pinnegar grabbed William's 2-year-old daughter from his lap, handing her to the CPS worker. ""I said, 'What are you doing? I haven't done anything!'"" Williams said.
Williams said Pinnegar unholstered his Taser, jammed it into his rib cage and shocked him twice. Williams said he fell from his chair onto his stomach on the ground outside his doorway.
While he was down, Williams said, Court put his knee on his neck, and one of the officers then cuffed both of his wrists. At some point after he fell out of his chair, Williams said, his shorts slid down his legs.
With his hands cuffed behind his back, Williams said, he was unable to pull his pants up. He said police left him for five to 10 minutes in that position on the pavement, with his private parts showing as neighbors and onlookers watched.
Williams, a lifelong
Doctors amputated both his legs below the knees when he was 34. Now only withered stumps of skin hang where his lower legs once were. He lost his job as a truck driver and now supports himself and his family from a
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