PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police have released store surveillance video apparently designed to back up its assertion that adults and not just a child shoplifted before officers pointed guns and yelled profanities at a family.
The video released Tuesday has been edited and faces blurred. It shows a man taking something from a display rack and examining it, but it's unclear what happened to it when he walked off camera.
According to last month's police report, Dravon Ames says he threw a pair of stolen underwear out of his car. It also says a woman in a different vehicle was arrested for stealing aluminum foil.
Video released earlier that shows police confronting Ames and his pregnant fiancee, Iesha Harper, has drawn outcry.
The couple stated their 4-year-old daughter took a doll without their knowledge and have filed a $10 million civil rights claim.
The city of Phoenix has organized a community meeting at a downtown church to discuss the videotaped encounter.
Mayor Kate Gallego and Police Chief Jeri Williams are expected at the Tuesday night meeting. Both have apologized publicly for the incident.