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Help me stay on the road by donation Narration written by : Denise Lynn A San Diego Community College District police officer at Mesa College is on paid administrative leave after a video posted on social media shows him pointing his gun at a photographer. The incident happened Wednesday on Armstrong Place about a block from the Mesa College campus. The video shows the photographer approaching a police vehicle and an officer who had pulled over a driver. The officer, identified as James Everette, sees the photographer and asks what he’s filming for. In addition to a regular video camera, the photographer has a GoPro camera attached to the camera. The officer tells the photographer he doesn’t know what that camera is. He orders the photographer to put the camera down. When the photographer refuses, the officer puts his hand on his holster. The photographer is then heard shouting at the officer, telling him to take his hand off his holster. The photographer then puts the GoPro on the ground, but refuses to put down his main camera. The officer then points his weapon toward the photographer for about 20 seconds. A few seconds later, a backup officer arrives, then a Sergeant, who eventually returns the GoPro and attempts to de-escalate the confrontation. The recorded portion of the confrontation lasts almost 9 minutes. The San Diego Community College District released this statement in response to the incident: "Video has circulated of an incident involving a San Diego Community College District Police Officer which took place during a traffic stop near San Diego Mesa College on May 16. The officer involved has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation. The SDCCD takes any incident like this very seriously. We will not comment on the incident until that internal investigation is concluded." source: Original Video: Auditor/CW:

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