A man who was pepper sprayed and shot with a stun gun has filed a complaint against the San Diego Police Department, NBC News reports.
Jeffrey Robinson said he was parked outside a thrift store in Hillcrest last August for only a few minutes when he saw a parking enforcement officer putting a ticket on his car.
Robinson said he tried to communicate to the officer that he had only been in the store for a few minutes, but the confrontation quickly escalated and the officer pepper sprayed him.
Three other police officers then showed up and Robinson says he was shot multiple times with a stun gun.
Robinson's complaint says bystanders yelled to the officers that he was deaf but a sign language interpreter was not called to the scene.
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