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Former TPD Officer Ryan Remington

A civil rights suit was filed Monday by the family of a 61-year-old man fatally shot in the back by a Tucson police officer last November. Read more»

Ryan Remington

Flanked by his attorneys, former Tucson Police officer Ryan Remington pleaded not guilty to manslaughter in the Nov. 2021 killing of Richard Lee Richards, during a hearing Thursday afternoon. Read more»

Ryan Remington

Ryan Remington, a former Tucson police officer, has been indicted for manslaughter in the Nov. 2021 killing of Richard Lee Richards, a man in a wheelchair who died after being shot in the back nine times when confronted over a shoplifting incident. Read more»

Former officer Ryan Remington

When a police officer kills someone in Arizona they benefit from a very special justice system, guided by unique laws and practices granted only to police. TPD fired Officer Ryan Remington after he shot a man 9 times in the back, but three months have passed and charges have yet to be filed against him. Read more»

Ryan Remington

A Tucson police officer who fatally shot a man in a wheelchair in the back in November has been fired after an internal review. Ryan Remington still faces a criminal investigation in the death of Richard Lee Richards. Read more»

Laura Conover announced the Pima County Attorney's Office is now reviewing the fatal shooting of Richard Lee Richards, 61, who was shot to death by TPD officer Ryan Remington on Nov. 29.

Pima County prosecutors will begin reviewing the fatal shooting of a man in a motorized wheelchair by a Tucson police officer two weeks ago, County Attorney Laura Conover said Friday. The officer faces potential criminal charges and is being fired by TPD. Read more» 2

TPD chief Chris Magnus during a press conference on Tuesday.

A Tucson police officer has been fired after he shot a man in a wheelchair at least nine times in the back Monday evening, killing him as the officer responded to a report of a theft of a toolbox. Officer Ryan Remington faces a criminal investigation. Read more»