MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - The two Martinsville police officers accused of using a stun gunon a child have gotten harsher punishment.
The mayor of Martinsville has suspended Captain Bill Jenningsand Officer Darren Johnson without pay, reversing a decision madelast Thursday.
The mayor says an internal investigation turned up evidence theyviolated department policy.
Authorities say Jennings and Johnson responded to the call ofan unruly child Tuesday evening at a day care.
They say a 10-year-old boy was outside the Tender Teddies Daycare House beating up other kids, kicking, screaming profanitiesand spitting on workers.
Officer Jennings reportedly slapped the boy while Johnson used astun gun on his upper left arm.
The boy suffered no significant injuries.
At this time, the evidence the mayor is referring to has notbeen released.
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