Video released after Kyron Hinton cited with assault on official last week

Wake County News

Five new video clips were released Friday and one more on Saturday morning from the early morning of June 3 when a man at the center of an excessive force case involving officers was cited for assault.

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This is not connected to the night Kryon Hinton was arrested in Raleigh in April, which led to three officers facing assault charges and charges being dropped against Hinton. 

There are six video clips below and range from Hinton being first approached by EMS workers, to Hinton being in an ambulance, riding to a hospital and Hinton’s visit to a hospital.

A sixth video clip, which is 38 minutes long, was released Saturday morning that shows Hinton riding in an ambulance and later at a hospital.

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Friday, a judge cleared the video release of this past weekend’s incident that ended with Hinton being cited for assault on a Wake County deputy.

These videos stem from an incident last Sunday in which Hinton’s mom called 911 saying her son needed mental health care. 

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At the same time, Hinton made a call to emergency authorities saying that a shooting had taken place near his mother’s home, officials said.

When deputies responded, they say they found Hinton, who appeared to be in need of medical help and was taken to an ambulance.  His mother was with the group who walked him to the ambulance, officials said.

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That’s when they say he resisted treatment, became combative, and kicked a Wake County deputy

He was cited for misdemeanor assault on a government officer and the sheriff says he was taken to the hospital. 

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The videos released Friday begin with deputies and EMS workers approaching Hinton, them walking Hinton (along with his mother) to an ambulance, Hinton in an ambulance and then Hinton at a nearby hospital.

After all videos were released Saturday, CBS 17 asked for comment from Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison.

“No, I don’t think I have anything to add,” was Harrison’s response.

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