The family of Renardo Green, a former Annapolis employee whose 2021 death in police custody was ruled a homicide, has until Wednesday to respond to the city’s request to dismiss their $75 million lawsuit. The federal complaint, filed in December on behalf of Green’s wife and four children, lists 20 counts against the city, including gross negligence, excessive force and wrongful death. In the early morning of June 1, 2021, Green was in Annapolis Police custody, restrained face down on a stretcher, when he suffered cardiac arrest. He was placed on a ventilator before dying in the hospital three days later.
Annapolis seeks to dismiss $75 million wrongful death suit; Renardo Green’s family must respond by Wednesday
February 14, 2023