Evanston police officers accused of using excessive force, causing suspect to hit his head on curb

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Ronald Louden says police had no reason to approach him in the 2100 block of Wesley Avenue in June of 2018. But the city of Evanston said in a statement Thursday the officers were responding to a report of a man with a gun, and found a loaded weapon in Louden’s car.

It noted that Louden later pleaded guilty to having the gun.

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