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Chicago Family Demands Answers After Police Handcuff 10-Year-Old Boy

By Ryan Gaydos, Fox News

A Chicago family is demanding answers after police handcuffed a 10-year-old boy last Friday in what relatives have called a case of mistaken identity.

Police were investigating an incident after cellphone video recorded the boy in front of a patrol car with two officers facing him. The boy was seen crying and apparently fearful in the video.

One of the officers tells an adult that the boy started to run when authorities arrived on the scene.

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