Indiana police say two officers have been placed on administrative suspension after they used a stun gun on an unruly child at a home day care.
A news release from the mayor's office and the Martinsville Police Department said the officers responded to reports of a 10-year-old who was out of control at Tender Teddies Day Care Tuesday night, reports WRTV in Indianapolis. ...
The department says that when the officers arrived the boy was out of control, hitting and kicking and refusing to listen to them.
The department says the officers used a stun gun and slapped the boy to subdue him.
The chief said the boy cried after being shocked on Tuesday but is now fine, WRTV reports.
Martinsville Police Chief Jon Davis said Thursday that he believes two of his officers could have avoided using the stun gun on the 94-pound boy.