"Aller and Chapman failed to report that they used force when arresting the customer or that he was seriously injured, according to a report on the agency's investigation released earlier this month. They also were accused of participating in the raid without their supervisor's approval, disrupting the business during the raid and wearing improper attire, the report states.
Parsons failed to ensure that the agents submitted a report on using force during the arrest, did not take appropriate action after learning they didn't wear proper attire during the raid and did not notify supervisors that multiple arrests had been made that night, the report states."
Parson's supervisor, Lt. Gene Anderson, will be suspended without pay for 3 days and be on probation for 6 months. His boss, Cpt Charlie Cloud, who oversees the Dallas and Fort Worth TABC offices, received a written reprimand.
It is a new day in Texas.