Topher Sanders

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Four years ago, 56-year-old Vachel Howard was taken into LAPD custody on charges of driving while intoxicated. An hour later he was pronounced dead.

An arrest, a death and a fight to obtain video

Four years ago, 56-year-old Vachel Howard was taken into LAPD custody on charges of driving while intoxicated. An hour later he was pronounced dead.

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