Source: Russell Goldman / ABC News
Two Michigan police officers accused of brandishing their guns and badges, then robbing and assaulting two civilians, were released from custody but remain suspended from their jobs, officials said.
The two officers, veteran sergeants from the Detroit Police Department and the nearby St. Clair Shores Police Department, are accused of robbing two men at gunpoint and assaulting one at a gas station earlier this month.
The men were both arrested over the weekend, but authorities have not released their names. Neither sergeant has yet been charged or appeared in court, prosecutors said.
“We are working on the warrant and the case remains under investigation,” said Maria Miller, spokeswoman for the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.
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