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Attorneys to file lawsuit over loss of life of Stanley Davis III

Attorney Ben Crump announced an intent to file a wrongful death lawsuit after 13-year-old Stanley Davis III was killed during an attempted traffic stop in Boynton Beach last month. During Thursday’s news conference, Crump said they have evidence to believe that an officer violated policies on Dec. 26.’We would like some accountability’: Friends, family of Stanley Davis III demand justiceThe teen was riding his dirt bike on North Federal Highway when an officer attempted a traffic stop after saying he was driving erratically. Investigators said that is when the teen lost control and crashed. “I will never hug my son again,” Stanley Davis II, the teen’s father, said. Attorneys said that the 13-year-old got the dirt bike as a gift for Christmas the day before he died.”My outrage, my hurt, my anger, my disbelief that this keeps going on and on and nothing is being done… Dec. 26, 2021. That was the worst day of my life. Jan 8,2022, was the saddest day of my life — burying my only child, my perfect child,” Shannon Thompson, Davis’ mother, said. ‘He was a memorable kid’: Hundreds gather for vigil of teen killed in dirt bike crashWPBF 25 News reached out to the Boynton Beach Police Department for a statement. “We made a commitment to the young man’s family and our community that there would be a series of objective and comprehensive investigations into this case. These investigations remain in progress. We thank the family and our community for their continued patience as these investigations are given the time and thoroughness that they deserve,” said Chief Michael G. Gregory of Boynton Beach Police Department “The videotape from the dashcam of the police cruiser should be released immediately,” Ben Crump said. Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the case. The name of the officer involved has not been released. “I will never be able to see the young man my son was destined to be,” Stanley Davis II said.’You would love this kid’: Family of teen killed in dirt bike crash remembered by familyThis is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

Attorney Ben Crump announced an intent to file a wrongful death lawsuit after 13-year-old Stanley Davis III was killed during an attempted traffic stop in Boynton Beach last month.

During Thursday’s news conference, Crump said they have evidence to believe that an officer violated policies on Dec. 26.

‘We would like some accountability’: Friends, family of Stanley Davis III demand justice

The teen was riding his dirt bike on North Federal Highway when an officer attempted a traffic stop after saying he was driving erratically. Investigators said that is when the teen lost control and crashed.

“I will never hug my son again,” Stanley Davis II, the teen’s father, said.

Attorneys said that the 13-year-old got the dirt bike as a gift for Christmas the day before he died.

“My outrage, my hurt, my anger, my disbelief that this keeps going on and on and nothing is being done… Dec. 26, 2021. That was the worst day of my life. Jan 8,2022, was the saddest day of my life — burying my only child, my perfect child,” Shannon Thompson, Davis’ mother, said.

‘He was a memorable kid’: Hundreds gather for vigil of teen killed in dirt bike crash

WPBF 25 News reached out to the Boynton Beach Police Department for a statement.

“We made a commitment to the young man’s family and our community that there would be a series of objective and comprehensive investigations into this case. These investigations remain in progress. We thank the family and our community for their continued patience as these investigations are given the time and thoroughness that they deserve,” said Chief Michael G. Gregory of Boynton Beach Police Department

“The videotape from the dashcam of the police cruiser should be released immediately,” Ben Crump said.

Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the case. The name of the officer involved has not been released.

“I will never be able to see the young man my son was destined to be,” Stanley Davis II said.

‘You would love this kid’: Family of teen killed in dirt bike crash remembered by family

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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