Police brutality case against Norwalk officers moves forward

Cody Greene's attorney says he was visiting a friend when four officers approached him because they thought he was selling marijuana.

Cody Greene's attorney says he was visiting a friend when four officers approached him because they thought he was selling marijuana. (3/22/17)

NORWALK - A judge announced it will allow a police brutality case against four Norwalk police officers to move forward.

As News 12 has reported, Cody Greene suffered from the alleged beating in July of 2014.

Greene's attorney says he was visiting a friend when four officers approached him because they thought he was selling marijuana.

His attorney says Greene got scared and ran off.

News 12 is told Greene planned on suing the city of Norwalk as well, but the judge dropped the city from the lawsuit.

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