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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Teen Goes To Court Against Greeley Mayor

GREELEY — A 15-year-old testified Monday that Greeley Mayor Ed Clark's long-standing vendetta against him culminated with Clark body-slamming him into the dirt June 23 in their subdivision.

The teen, Remington Stitt, told a judge that he wants a permanent restraining order placed against Clark because he fears the mayor will come after him again.

"He lets his emotions get to him," Remington told Weld District Judge Timothy Kerns. "He can't control his actions."

Clark, a former Greeley police officer, allegedly pulled Remington off his motorbike, threw him to the ground and held him there with his arms pulled behind his back until police arrived.

Remington was ticketed for driving a motor vehicle with no driver's license and operating an off-road vehicle on the roadway.

But his parents contend Clark and his wife, Erin, have threatened their son.

The day after the June 23 incident, they got a temporary restraining order against Clark that keeps him away from Remington.

Remington's lawyer, Maria Liu, argued the order should be permanent because Clark has basically "stalked" her client. Erin Clark has also mocked Remington and his mom because their home is going into foreclosure, Liu said.

Clark's lawyer, however, contended Remington is guilty of harassing Clark and his family.


The Denver Post

2 comments:

Randy said...

Too bad (that) the fact Clark wasn't charged for assaulting a minor isn't a big surprise.

I thought manhandling a teen was a crime... silly me

Sounds like another 'good ol'boy' system in Greeley.

maybe Clark can get work with the State Patrol though... or maybe the Dep't of Perks & Recreation, or the Dep't of Labor

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