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Gregory Gross: Army Veteran Claims Yuba Police Officers Left Him Paralyzed

by Quincy Thomas
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Gregory Gross, an Army veteran who lives in Yuba City, was accused of driving drunk and causing a slow-speed collision in April 2020. He faces a jury trial in March in Sutter County on charges of misdemeanor DUI, hit-and-run and resisting arrest.

Gross filed a lawsuit against the Yuba City Police Department on Wednesday, claiming that he has been left permanently paralyzed after an incident he claimed involved police brutality.

According to Gross’ lawyer Moseley Collins, Yuba City Police Officer Joshua Jackson threw Gross face first to the ground, breaking his neck and paralyzing him while his hands were handcuffed behind his back.

The incident in question occurred on April 12, 2020, while Gross was being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol with an enhancement for having a blood alcohol level above .15 percent, hit-and-run resulting in property damage and resisting arrest.


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